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Eric Galassi aka Eric LeRouge (born July 22, 1964) is a French freelance curator and activist. He lives in Berlin since 2003.

Eric Le Rouge is one of the co-founders of We Are village and director of Instinct Berlin - an artistic project focused on local and international queer artists, providing artist residencies since 2015. Formerly involved with creative work in the fashion and marketing industries, Le Rouge has taken an active role in social causes related to the AIDS epidemic, queer and gay rights since the 1990s. Currently, his organisational work at the Stretch Festival, Village and his curatorial practice at Instinct is making an impact on the contemporary queer culture of Berlin.

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.

Nicky Miller is a Berlin based genderqueer interdisciplinary artist, specialising in films, performance, and creative writing. Originally born in St Brice-sous-Foret nearby Paris, France and of vietnamese origins, Nicky has also lived and worked extensively in New York City, and Brussels. LGBTQ+ sexualities and identities are at the core of Nicky’s work. Nicky’s work is redefining society’s perception of queer identities. Award wining and screened at many international Queer film festivals Nicky’s short-films portfolio includes work such as: Twisted Distinction, Levres Roses, Fisherman, Lemon Taste.

Born in Paris, David studied art history before moving to London in his early twenties where he specialised in graphic and web design. Whilst working in the photo archives of various national newspapers, he got involved in the world’s first-ever LBGT picture agency and volunteered in HIV/hate crime prevention campaigns.

Based in Berlin since 2004, he has mainly worked as a translator and, as author, given numerous public readings both in French and English. His current literary projects deal with issues close to his heart: urban space, gender politics, the transmission of queer history and power in a postcolonial context. He is also a freelance writer for French broadsheet Libération.

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