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Samuel Perea-Díaz (born 1988) is a Spanish architect, curator, and artist. Samuel has lived in Berlin since 2011. His practice incorporates exhibition scenography, curating, and sound.

Samuel’s artwork blends and moves between sonic activism, architecture, and virtual sonic landscapes, creating installations and sound-focused objects which engage with sonification, relocation of sound, field recording, and virtual reality. His creative practice intertwines artistic and academic research, which focuses on mapping sonic environments and queer practices. He has taught different seminars at Humboldt University about Urban Culture, Sound Studies and Curating.

His curatorial research includes exhibitions such as ‘Listening to Listening’ at 48 Hours Neukölln (2021) and ‘Ocaña. Der Engel, der in der Qual singt‘ at the Schwules Museum in Berlin (2022).

http://www.perea-diaz.es

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Kasra Rahmanian is a Berlin-based queer artist, curator and writer from Iran.

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Originally from France, Pierre Emö lives in Berlin, where he explores the fields of film, theater, performance and modeling.
For the cinema, he played for Yann Gonzalez in KNIFE + HEART, Bruce La Bruce in IT IS NOT THE PORNOGRAPHER THAT IS PERVERSE… and appeared last year in Henrika Kull’s film BLISS. On stage, he’s been performing immersive theater with the group Nilsson Eicke, in DECAMERON or THE VALKYRIE. He was part of the exhibition FENSTER ZUM KLO: PUBLIC TOILETS & PRIVATE AFFAIRS by Marc Martin at the Schwules Musuem in Berlin.
He’s now on tour with the performance THE ETHICS by Matthieu Hocquemiller.
He’s also part of the collective Pornceptual, and member of the curating team of the queer exhibition Instinct.

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Eric Galassi aka Eric LeRouge (born July 22, 1964) is a French freelance curator and activist. He has lived in Berlin since 2003. Eric LeRouge is the co-founder of we.are.village together with Kai Ehrhardt. He is also the director of Instinct Berlin, an artistic project focused on local and international queer artists, as well as providing an artist residency since 2015.

Formerly being involved with creative works in the fashion and marketing industry, LeRouge has taken an active role in social causes related to the AIDS epidemic and queer and gay rights as well as the feminist movement since the 1990s. His involvement as a volunteer in various organizations in France and Germany led him to the board of the Queer Matters association (Queer Matters e.V.)