Najdi, Rima (DE). Creates multidisciplinary performance work. She focuses on the body as a tool and as a map of experiences and identity politics. She is interested in the vulnerabilities of one’s body looking at gender politics, safety, mobility and representation. http://www.rimanajdi.com/PROJECTS-1 firstname.lastname@example.org
Nauha, Tero (FIN). Artist and Postdoctoral Researcher. University of the Arts Helsinki/ Finland. Publications: Schizoproduction: Artistic research and performance in the context of immanent capitalism; Heresy & Provocation; Kukkia (with K. Kucia).
Nedelkopoulou, Eirini (UK). Lecturer in Theatre. York St. John University. York/United Kingdom. Publications: Performance and Phenomenology: Traditions and Transformations (co-editor); Hybridities: The intersections between Performance, Science and the Digital (co-editor), Encountering the Digital in Performance: Deployment | Engagement | Trace (co-editor).
Negasade, Mahdi (DE/IRN). Human Rights Activist, Beekeeper, and Chef. He has collaborated with Schwadron since May of 2015. He is a former political prisoner from Iran, where he committed his life to peace and anti-fascist news media. Living and working in Hamburg for the last twelve years, he brings his love of art and social justice organizing to this project.
Negro, João (PRT). Background in Computer Science and Choreography. Creates time-based performance art works. Selected for Jetlag no.2 at Pact Zollverein, by Siemens Arts Program, with The End Must Go On (or how to survive midnight without becoming a pumpkin in 10 easy steps). Won audience award for We Hope You (or why there are no butterflies in winter) at Festival Huis a/d Werf.
Neverla, Navina. Works for PSi #23 OverFlow in the congress coordination and guest management. She has experience the field of film, media and visual arts in production, on set and curation. Navina also works as a freelance artist in the Performance and Visual Arts. She teaches Yoga and Contemporary Dance. MA Creative Practice: The Dance Professional Practice Pathway @ Trinity Laban/Independent Dance, Diploma in Visual Communication @ HFBK Academy of Fine Arts Hamburg, BA Mediaculture. More infos: www.MovingImageMovingBody.com
Newman, Renée (AUS). Performer, Writer and Director for Theatre. Research Supervisor and Lecturer at Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts/Australia.
Nguyen, James (AUS/VNM). Artist. After completing Honours at the National Art School and a Masters of Fine Arts at Sydney College of Arts, he undertook a collaborative Fellowship in New York at UnionDocs (Centre for Experimental Documentary Arts) with the support of the Anne & Gordon Samstag Visual Arts Scholarship. James has exhibited in Australia and China. Currently PhD candidate at UNSW Art & Design.
Nicely, Magan (USA). Assistant Professor. Artist/scholar whose research on choreographic experimentation through the medium of the body combines critical dance and performance studies theory, philosophy, cultural histories of the avant-garde, and physical practice in contemporary dance, butoh, yoga, and the Alexander Technique. email@example.com
Nield, Sophie (UK). Senior Lecturer in Theatre and Film. Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance at the Royal Holloway College. London/United Kingdom.