Boyle, Shane (UK). Lecturer in Drama, Theatre and Performance. Queen Mary University of London. Recent publications: Performance and Value: The Work of Theatre in Karl Marx’s Critique of Political Economy; Container Aesthetics; Brecht’s Gale: Innovation and Postdramatic Theatre.
Brown, Kat (USA). Choreographer and Writer. New York/USA.
Brown, Kevin (USA). Associate Professor of Digital Media and Performance Studies. Department of Theatre at the University of Missouri. Missouri/USA. Publications: Karaoke Idols: Popular Music and the Performance of Identity.
Brown, Natalie Garrett
Brown, Natalie Garrett (GB). Head of School for Media and Performing Arts. Coventry University/ England. Associate editor: Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices. Current research and artistic project: flockOmania, explores collaborative practice across dance, sound, film and the visual arts.
Brüggemann, Finn (DE). Lives and works in Hamburg, Germany. After his BA studies in Liberal Arts and Sciences at Amsterdam University College he studied at the University of Fine Arts in Hamburg with Marjetica Potrč. Since 2011 he realized several community-building projects, amongst others in Serbia, Hamburg, Southafrica and the USA. In 2015 he co-founded Das Archipel. He graduated with a Master of fine arts in 2016.
Brunner, Christoph (DE). Assistant professor for cultural theory. Leuphana University Lüneburg. Deals with questions of collectivity in art media and activism. Research focuses on aesthetic politics and emergent forms of technopolitics in translocal social movements. Published in Third Text, fibreculture, Open!, and Conjunctions amongst others.
Cairncross, Boni (AUS). Australian interdisciplinary artist and Ph.D. candidate. UNSW/Australia. She has presented widely throughout Australia at Artspace, Margaret Lawrence Gallery and PICA, among others.
Calingacion, Belen D.
Calingacion, Belen D. (PH). Professor of Speech Communication and Performance Studies. University of the Philippines Diliman. Research interests include explorations on the use of theatre/performance for empowerment and education of marginalized communities (i.e. street children, women in prison) and for those affected by disasters.
Carboni, Alessandro (HKG/CHN, IT). Interdisciplinary Artist. Based in Hong Kong/China and Sardinia.
Carrera, Marc (DE/ES). MA Performance Studies. Hamburg University. Founding member of two theatre companies (La Quadra Màgica – satirical/political theatre, and Microscopía Teatro – object/visual/experimental theatre and the electro-pop-performance band Zink Tank). Founded the artist-run space for performing arts Tatwerk Berlin