Nitsan Bernstein is a Israeli born singer-songwriter and performance artist, who is currently based in Berlin. Her musical and artistic tastes are influenced by her multifaceted roots and childhood landscapes: from Blues and Jazz to Klezmer and Classical music, through Rock and Jazz singing in her later years, to reconnecting with her East European family roots through Balkan, Middle Eastern and Arabic music, it all comes to life in her music.
Born and based in Berlin. I specialise in street, travel and reportage photography, with an emphasis on long-term projects that allow me to build relationships with people. Over the last years, I have extensively used the medium to explore issues of migration and the question of nature and nurture. I love language in all its forms - words, images, the stories we tell, and those we don't. For more information do not hesitate to contact me via the contact page.
Jemma Woolmore aka Jem the Misfit is a Berlin based video artist.
Blurring the boundaries between real and virtual, Jemma’s work explores the spatial and emotional possibilities of light in performative environments. Spanning audio-visual performance, installation and bespoke visual and sculptural design, her work shows a strong sensitivity for combining light, sound and structure.
Inspired by naturally occurring patterns, and imbued with a sense of science fiction otherworldliness, Jemma’s work uses recurring symbols to interrogate the fragile boundary between Utopia and Dystopia. In her carefully crafted performances crystalline structures and abstract textural landscapes fluctuate ambiguously in scale between the micro and macro, responding intuitively with sound and environment.
Renae Shadler is an Australian actress, dancer and choreographer working between Western Europe, Melbourne and regional Australia. Her work traverses dance, experimental performance, and embedded community projects. She works with site, movement, words, collaboration, and participation. Since training at the Victorian College of the Arts in acting and Adelaide Centre for the Arts in dance, Renae has continued to explore physicality as a key source of expression, intertwined with spoken word and the larger dramatic gesture. She sees performance as an essentially intimate act and often connects directly with her audiences.
Her self-authored works include ‘Polly’s Party’ an interactive solo performance (Premiere: La Mama Theatre 2012), ‘Y?’ an interactive performance piece for seven multidisciplinary performers (Melbourne Fringe 2014) and ‘RESTORE’ a contemporary dance solo which was awarded the Market Ready Award and Nominated for Best Performance at the Melbourne Fringe Festival 2016 (currently in development).
Alongside her choreographic practice Renae works as an acting coach and performer across visual art, contemporary dance and theatre. Renae was the acting coach on ‘Asobi’ by Kaori Ito, produced by Les Ballets C de la B (BE) in 2013 and ‘The O-Zone’ by ClarkBeaumont (AU) in 2017. She has performed for Alexandra Pirici (RO), Triage Live Art Collective (AU/DE), One Step at a Time Like This (AU), Blackhole Theatre (AU), Maybe_Together (AU), Dee & Associates (AU) and Dewy Dell (IT), among other independent collectives. Renae has appeared in performance artworks at the Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Festival and Australian Centre of Contemporary Art.