Siobhan Davies is a renowned British choreographer who rose to prominence in the 1970s. Davies was a founding member of London Contemporary Dance Theatre and in 1982 joined forces with Richard Alston and Ian Spink to create independent dance company Second Stride. Founding Siobhan Davies Dance in 1988, she works closely with collaborating artists to ensure that their own artistic enquiry is part of the creative process. By 2002 she moved away from the traditional theatre circuit and started making work for gallery spaces. Davies applies choreography across a wide range of creative disciplines including visual arts and film. Recent choreographic works have been presented at some of the most prestigious art institutions in the UK and Europe, including Lenbachhaus (Munich), Whitechapel Gallery and Barbican Gallery (London) and Turner Contemporary (Margate). In 2016 she became Associate Professor at the Centre for Dance Research (CDaRE) at Coventry University.
David Hinton is a BAFTA and Emmy-winning director who has made documentaries about artists of all kinds. He has made dance films with companies as varied as DV8 Physical Theatre and the Royal Swedish Ballet, and he has collaborated with several choreographers to create original dance works for the screen.
Hugo Glendinning is a photographer and film maker, his eclectic output reaches across the cultural industries from art collaborations, through production and performance documentation to portrait work. He has worked with most leading British theatre and dance companies and has helped many international visual and performance artists to realise projects. These include Matthew Barney, Paola Pivi, Martin Creed, Franko B, Yinka Shonibare and Forced Entertainment. His recordings of performances both for camera and public exhibition, are in private collections and museums around the world.
Pinky Ghundale produces Artist’s Moving Image work and has worked with artists such as Jane and Louise Wilson, Hussein Chalayan, Martina Amati, Tacita Dean, Zarina Bhimji and Michael Landy. For 25 years she has produced artworks by Oscar and Turner Prize winning artist/director Sir Steve McQueen that have exhibited Worldwide. Pinky was recently Line Producer on the BAFTA award winning documentary Uprising and is the Production Advisor for Film London’s FLAMIN Fellowship Programme.
Stefan Smith is a Composer, Sound Designer and Musician working in film, installation art and music production. For 8 years he was principal sound designer on the epic Dau project where he collaborated closely with artists including Brian Eno and Nicolas Becker. Recently he has been collaborating with artist Marco Brambilla on several of his pieces including ‘The Four Temperaments’ featuring Cate Blanchett. He releases electronic synth music on Agoria’s Sapiens records label.
Chu-Li works as a filmmaker and sound designer. She frequently collaborates with artist filmmakers on short films, features, and installations. Chu-Li was awarded the Jules Wright Prize in 2017 for her sound work in film. Amongst her collaborators are Ben Rivers, Jeremy Deller, Frances Scott, and Anagram. She is also a senior lecturer at Goldsmiths University in the MA Filmmaking department. Her most recent film, Fawley, was nominated in the Sheffield Docfest 2022, International Short Film Competition.