Pedro Neves Marques (b. 1984, Lisbon, Portugal) is a visual artist, filmmaker and writer, whose work ranges from cinema, film and installation to short stories, poetry and theoretical writings. Influenced by anthropology and feminist and queer historians of science, their work highlights the clash between disputing images of nature, technology and gender, with science fiction and speculative writing being key to imagining other futures. They are the author of the anthology The Forest and the School/ Where to Sit at the dinner table? (2015), two short-story collections and a recent poetry book under their publisher pântano books. Recent exhibitions include Castello di Rivoli, Italy (2019); Gasworks, UK (2019); Pérez Art Museum of Miami, USA (2018-2019); and Toronto International Film Festival, Canada (2019).
HAUT lives and works between Berlin and London. HAUT is a sound artist, music producer and performer working across the fields of experimental electronic music, dance and human-computer interaction. Their work spans from live performances and immersive sound installations to music scores for dance pieces and movies. Recent exhibitions and live performances include HAU - Hebbel am Ufer Berlin, Germany (2020, 2019); Castello di Rivoli Turin, Italy (2019); Gasworks London, UK (2019); Pérez Art Museum of Miami, USA (2018); Dock 11 Berlin, Germany (2018); Kunsthalle Zurich, Switzerland (2018). They are a PhD candidate in Arts and Computing at Goldsmiths College University of London where they research the application of biotechnologies to develop new ways of musical performance.