Oravin (*1984) is an Austrian poet and audiovisual performer. He has lived in Graz, Reykjavik and Berlin. After several years of working as an assistant to video artists and filmmakers, he started recording and performing in 2012, switching between clubs, literary venues and film festivals. Since September 2013, he is part of Babelsprech, a network of young German language poets. Oravin currently resides in Finland and Austria.
Poet, translator and editor, Oana Avasilichioaei’s books include We, Beasts (Wolsak & Wynn, 2012, winner of the QWF’s A. M. Klein Prize for Poetry) and feria: a poempark (Wolsak & Wynn, 2008). Her most recent translation is Wigrum, a novel by Daniel Canty (Talonbooks, 2013) and she was the editor of the Quebec poetry feature in Aufgabe 12 (New York, 2013).
Edimilson de Almeida Pereira is a Brazilian poet, born in Juiz de Fora, in 1963. He has published "Dormundo" (1985), "Livro de falas" (1987), "Árvore dos Arturos & outros poemas" (1988), "Corpo imprevisto & Margem dos nomes" (1989), "Ô lapassi & outros ritmos de ouvido" (1990), Corpo vivido: reunião poética (1991), O homem da orelha furada (1995), Rebojo (1995), and Águas de Contendas (1998), among others.
Aggborough is taken from the name of ‘Kidderminster Harriers’ football stadium, a small town in the west midlands once famous for carpet production. It is also a new music project from now Londoner by the way of Kidderminster. His use of field recordings provides an organic source of material to complement standard dance floor production techniques.
rROXYMORE’s music is a intriguing one-off blend of contrasting textures - organic and synthetic, icy and warm - a fresh future step in dance music. rRoxymore, aka Hermione Frank, released her epic 10 minute debut “Wheel of Fortune“ in the summer of 2012, which came via a split 12” alongside Planningtorock’s ‘Patriarchy Over & Out” (Human Level / DFA Records).
Alejandro Crotto is a contemporary Argentinian poet and translator, born in Buenos Aires in 1978. He has studied Law and Literature. The poems here published, and translated by Robin Myers, were taken from his collection of poems titled "Abejas" (Bees), published by Bajo La Luna in 2009. The poet lives and works in Buenos Aires.
Regina de Miguel is a visual artist born in Malaga in 1977. Her work develops connections between situations of scientific analysis and perception as objective knowledge (scales of verisimilitude), non-experiential learning as derived from the technological imagination (estrangement and projection), and levels of development of the ideal and critical consciousness (new means of orientation).
Photographer Joseph Wolfgang Ohlert was born in 1991 in Prien am Chiemsee (Bavaria/Germany). After graduating from school, he did various internships working in the set design department of movie productions and theaters as well as an assistant director. Since 2012 he has attended the Ostkreuz Fotografieschule in Berlin. He works basically with analog photography, often with disposable cameras.