About the Participating Artists



Daniels, Jill

is an award-winning essay filmmaker and scholar. Her films explore memory, history, place and autobiography. Her monograph, Memory, Place and Autobiography: Experiments in Documentary Filmmaking was published in 2019. She is co-editor of Truth, Dare or Promise: Art and Documentary Revisited (2013) and co-chair of the editorial board of the Journal, Media Practice & Education. Her most recent film Resisters premiered in Chennai, India in 2022.

Karl Ingar Røys

Is a norwegian film maker and artist based all over the world.

Manuel Vargas

works at an office in Polanco, Mexico City. He goes to psychoanalysis on Tuesdays and is currently reading Roberto Bolaño's 2666. He has a Master's degree in Modern European Philosophy from Kingston University, London, UK. He was once a translator but now he is more into art.

Thomas Zetzmann

Is an alternative practinionar and artist based in Berlin.

Pedro Navarro

Mexican self-taught scribbler. More than painting, I scribble on paper, plywood, or any other surface, due to years of pencil and pen striking the top of a notebook, or the side of sheet of paper.
I add unrelated lines, strokes, or stains that at some point match and gives meaning to me.

Eric Flores

Diversifying his media (sound art, film, theatre, literature and journalism), he is involved in the diverse processes in which he produces his work, deepening his interest in the relationships that exist between the social sphere and aesthetics.
He is a member of the editorial board of the Escuchatorio collective, a worldwide sound activation around the phenomenon of listening as a political exercise, and a member of the Laboratorio Filosófico de las Tecnologías, a space for accompanying discussions on technical issues such as artificial intelligence, mobility, punitivism, among others.

Manuela Johanna Covini

works in Berlin and Mexico City. Her interest lies in telling unexpected stories.