Kico Correa teaches art and Silbo Gomero and coordinates the teaching of Silbo in the schools of La Gomera. He has participated in numerous reports on the whistling language Silbo Gomero, including BBC, ARTE, Time Magazine, and participated as a speaker in events for the preservation of intangible cultural heritage, including the Tenth Anniversary of the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and "Encuentro de Gestores de Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial de la Humanidad", Madrid. He lives and works in San Sebastian de la Gomera.
Born in Vienna in 1964, Werner Dafeldecker has a background in European modern music and improvisation, examination of graphical notations, fluxus, minimal music, electroacoustic music, jazz and field recordings. His musical projects are often inspired by outside influences such as architecture, physics, photography and film. Dafeldecker’s work as a composer and musician revolve around long-time sound and structure studies and the formulation of distinct articulations, and parallel to technological developments, is often connected with electronic formats. In 2014 he released his collaboration project with Lawrence English, a series of audio-visual installations, on the album Shadow of the Monolith.
*1968 (AT), studied art and art theory at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts and the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program, New York. He lives in Berlin. His films, audio plays, installations and texts are reflections of a multifaceted investigation into location and social identity. Exhibitions include: Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Arts; Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus; ICA London; MoMA PS1, New York; 8th Sharjah Biennial; Transmediale/Club Transmediale, Berlin; Akademie der Künste, Berlin; DEAF, Rotterdam.
Judith Laub is a cultural and political scientist living in Berlin. Her scientific work focuses on questions regarding identity formation in the course of transnational transformation processes. Projects include Europe comes into play, European Information Centre, Berlin, Rencontres Kirghizistan Cinéma La Clef – Image d’ailleurs and COLISEE, Paris, Analysis and treatment of current developments in culture, media and politics in France and Germany, ARTE Paris and Strasbourg.
Angelika Sautter has worked with directors Einar Schleef, Christoph Schlingensief , Patrick Schlösser, John Jeserun, Jan Ritsema, Claudia Bosse at the Berliner Ensemble, Burgtheater Wien, Volksbühne Berlin, Schauspielhaus Düsseldorf, PS 121 New York, Hebbel am Ufer Berlin and Sophiensaele Berlin. She has appeared in films by hangover ltd. and Tatjana Turanskjy and worked with the groups cheap, andcompany&co and the International wow company New York and can be heard continuously in the radio plays of Paul Plamper. She participated in several productions of Heimo Lattner.