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Diogo Evangelista (Lisbon, 1984)  Studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Lisbon and at Accademia Albertina di belle Arti in Turin. In 2011, he worked at Campus, a pilot art school located at Caja Madrid in Barcelona. He has done artist residencies at Budapest Gallery in Budapest and at ZBD in Lisbon.
Exhibitions and screenings include “As One Hand Touches the Other” (Videoex
film festival, Zurich, 2015), Hybridize or Disappear (MNAC, Lisbon, 2015), Outdoor I (Warm, São Paulo, 2015), Grotto-Heavens (CAC, Vilnius, 2014), World of Interiors (The Green Parrot, Barcelona, 2014), BES Revelação (Museu Serralves, Porto, 2014), Sunset (Galeria Pedro Cera, Lisbon, 2013), ”Transatlantic Cubism” (Boutique, Cologne, 2013), From Radiance and Dissolution ( Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler gallery, Berlin, 2013), Entre lo fugitivo y lo infinito (Galeria Maisterravalbuena, Madrid, 2013), A Quest for Flight or the Aurora of Psychedelia (Barber Shop, Lisbon, 2013), No Future in that Place (Parkour, Lisbon, 2012), Preparations for an Eclipse (A Certain Lack Of Coherence, Porto, 2012),
Right Lobe (Old School, Lisbon, 2012).

Tatiana Macedo (Lisboa, 1981). Of Portuguese and Angolan heritage, Tatiana Macedo was born in Lisbon after her parents immigrated to Portugal for political reasons. She grew up in Lisbon and studied there and in London. She obtained a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts from Central St Martins College of Art & Design (London) and a Master’s in Visual Anthropology from FCSH-UNL. In 2016, she will be a resident artist for a year at Kunstlerhaus Bethanien (Berlin) on a grant from FCG. Her first film was shot entirely at Tate Modern and Tate Britain and has been screened internationally at festivals, museums and galleries, including Stedelijk Museum Bureau and Tate Britain. In 2014, it was awarded the Saw Film Prize by the American Anthropological Association (Washington, D.C.). Notable individual exhibitions: Foreign Grey - Solar-Galeria de Arte Cinemática (2014), Staff Only - MNAC-MC, (2013/14), Seems So Long Ago, Nancy - Tegenboschvanvreden (Amsterdam, 2014). Group exhibitions: Bienal de Arte Contemporânea (Coimbra, 2015), Rooms with a View - Manifesta (Amsterdam, 2013), Visões do Desterro - Caixa Cultural, Rio de Janeiro (2013).

Musa paradisiaca is an artistic project by Eduardo Guerra (Lisbon, 1986) and Miguel Ferrão (Lisbon, 1986), centred around dialogue. Based on temporary partnerships with entities of varying competences, Musa paradisíaca assumes different shapes, while always remaining discursive and participatory. Derived from this is the idea of creating a thoughtful family that expresses itself at various moments. Musa paradisiaca has been shown at various national and international exhibitions, sessions and presentations, including “Alma- -Bluco”, an individual exhibition at CRAC Alsace (Altkirch, França, 2015), “Come back Sir, you’re not from that world. Please come back Sir, you’re from this world”, an individual exhibition at Dan Gunn Gallery (Berlin, Germany, 2014), “Audição das máquinas / Audição das flores”, individual exhibitions at Kunsthalle Lissabon and Galeria 3+1 (Lisbon, Portugal, 2014), “O Museu a Haver”, a group exhibition at Fórum Eugénio de Almeida (Évora, Portugal, 2015), “Le lynx ne connaît pas de frontières”, a group exhibition at Fondation d’Entreprise Ricard (Paris, France, 2015), “Cantina-Máquina”, a performance at Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves (Porto, Portugal, 2015), “Como se apanha um fugitivo? — Mostra de objetos conversáveis”, a performance at CAM - Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian (Lisbon, Portugal, 2013) and “Tarefas impossíveis (O Criado do Cenáculo)”, a performance at Palais de Tokyo (Paris, France, 2013).

Rui Penha (Porto, 1981). A composer and performer of electro-acoustic music, Rui Penha was born in Porto in 1981. He has a PhD in Music (Composition) from the University of Aveiro, where he was supervised by João Pedro Oliveira. His music is regularly recorded and performed in festivals and concert halls in Europe and North America by musicians such as the Arditti Quartet, Peter Evans, Remix Ensemble and Orquestra Gulbenkian, among many others. He was the founder and curator of Digitópia (Casa da Música) and is actively involved in the field of music and technology. His production includes interfaces for musical expression, spatialisation software, interactive installations, musical robots, improvising automatons and educational software. He has taught at various institutions of higher e education in Portugal (DeCA - UA, ESMAE - IPP, ESART - IPCB, ULP) and is currently a professor at FEUP and a researcher at INESC TEC.

Patrícia Portela has studied stage and set design, cinema and philosophy and lives in Portugal and Belgium. She regularly tours Europe and the world with her transdisciplinar performances and literary works. Nationally and internationally recognised for the singularity of her work, she has received various awards (including the Madalena Azeredo de Perdigão Award/F.C.G. for Flatland I (2004), the Theatre of the Decade Award for T5 (1999) and Wasteband (2003) and The Theatre Critics’ Revelation Award (1994)). She is the author of Para Cima e não para Norte (Edit. Caminho 2008) and Banquete (Ed. Caminho 2012, which was shortlisted for the APE Prize for Fiction and Short Stories). She participated in the 46th International Writers Program in 2013 and was the first Outreach Fellow at the University of Iowa City.