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Ad Roefs worked as an architect for OD205 and Jo Coenen & Co, among others, and has been an independent architect since 2003.
Ilse Vermeulen is currently in charge of the costume atelier at Zuidelijk Toneel. In her career, she has worked as a costume designer for theatre, opera, film and dance productions.
Mark van Hoek, involved in ‘the New Eccentrics’ among others, is currently staying for several months at the renowned Düsseldorf Art Academy as a guest student.
Chuan Ming Ong studied fine arts and took Asian and Japanese studies. His illustrations have appeared in Dutch and international publications.
Trained in visual art, (electronic) music and technology, Dyane Donck collaborates with numerous other artists and technologists from different disciplines.
Nick J. Swarth made his debut in 1997 in the Flemish literary magazine Yang. In 1999 he won the Literary Prize of the Province of Gelderland.
In the TextielLab / Textielmuseum Tilburg, Sanne Bax discovered the possibilities of tufting. That gave her the idea to study textiles as a free art form.
Born in Dresden in the GDR (former East Germany), Ulrike Doszmann ended up studying theater dance at the Fontys Dance Academy in Tilburg (NL).
As an idiosyncratic guitarist/composer, Jacq Palinckx often moves between improvised music, avant-rock and composed music.
Wandering through urban landscapes, from New York to Tokyo, from Hong Kong to Tilburg, Marjolein Landman searches for the beauty of decay and destruction.
From the North Pole to the South Pole, Chikako Watanabe goes in search of local communities and their environment.
For more than ten years, Jeroen Strijbos (l) and Rob van Rijswijk (r) have formed the composer duo: Strijbos & Van Rijswijk.