Eva is an art historian and curator. She has a PhD in Art History from SOAS, University of London. Her research concentrates on performance art and conceptualism as transnational media, particularly in South and Southeast Asia and their diasporas in Europe. She is currently the Goethe Institute Postdoctoral Fellow at Haus der Kunst in Munich, developing a research project on performance art in Southeast Asia. She was previously a Visiting Research Fellow (2016) and Adjunct Researcher (2017-18) for the Tate Research Centre: Asia, with a focus on conceptual and performative practices in Philippine art during the 1960s-80s.
Noel Ed De Leon
Noel is a visual and performance artist whose interests span archiving as artistic practice, and multimedia installation. He holds a degree in architecture from the Philippines, however he has been active as artist since coming to the UK in 2007. Noel has exhibited as part of the London Biennale since 2011, holding a major solo show in 2013 at the Philippine Embassy of London. He has exhibited works in group exhibitions at the A-Side B-Side Gallery in London, the Foundation Joan Miro in Barcelona and at Framer Framed in Amsterdam. He is currently working towards a major solo exhibition of his practice in Manila in 2019.
Kulay is a London-based multi-field creative practitioner specialising in art direction, experience and narrative design, and illustration. He obtained his Masters degree in Narrative Environment at Central Saint-Martins, University of the Arts London with a Bachelors degree in Industrial Design. Kulay's creative pursuits mostly deal with experience journey thinking, spatial interventions, image-making and object-crafting; combining concept, strategy and art. To date, Kulay has participated in several art and design group exhibitions in Manila, Jakarta, Venice, and London.
Chi is a multimedia artist currently pursuing a degree at the Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, London.