Critical field notes
Jaime Heather Schwartz
Jaime Heather Schwartz works closely with contemporary artists and galleries and develops her own somatic movement practice. She contributes writings on art, architecture and design, to both print and online publications and recently moved into the field of content creation and development.
Nikki is a Product Designer, Researcher & Writer who is currently studying at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam. Nikki's research currently covers the intersections of objects, ecology and violence. His primary interests are peaceful coexistence on Planet Earth and the relationships of Art, Design and Ecology.
Dulce da Rocha Gonçalves
Dulce da Rocha Gonçalves is a lecturer, maker and researcher interested in media archaeology, lens-based media, anaglyph 3D and experimental fiction. She has a background in Visual Arts, Design, and Cinema. In 2011, she was awarded an investigation grant at UT Austin, U.S., and, in 2013, earned an MA degree in Dramaturgy and Film Direction, from the National Theater and Film School, Lisbon. She currently lives in Amsterdam and is completing the MA in Film and Photographic Studies at Leiden University.
Ania Prokop is a radio broadcaster at Off Radio Kraków and Radio Kraków; researcher and journalist for Contemporary Lynx Magazine (section: SoundLab) and Glissando magazine among others; MA at Jagiellonian University (half on Sorbonne-Paris IV) with a thesis on the subject 'Sound art — sound laboratory'.
Linnea Langfjord (DK) is an artist based in Amsterdam. She graduated from the Fine Art Bachelors at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy Amsterdam. Langfjord’s own work investigates the production of meaning and realities through words and language, with special attention to the interplay between body and language, the inherent meanings of words and how to disrupt these. Her practise is based on writing, sound, voices and performance.