Nicole WendelWorks with the whole body. Their processing-oriented work begins with the drawing while objects, performances, films and photographs emerge from it. Wendel, who studied at the University of the Arts with Leiko Ikemura in Berlin, where she still lives and works today, performs with her drawing art. There are chalk pictures - big panels, which change during the opening of a show once again by the performance of the artist. Wendel understands her work in the constant transition. "The Images en Mouvement", pictures in motion, was a solo exhibition realized in 2015 at the Paris Goethe Institute. A principle of her art is the attempt to visualize change. This was also seen in her solo exhibition "Présence" at L'Espace d'Art Contemporain André Malreaux in Colmar in 2017.
Lea Pischke is a dancer and choreographer with a degree in Fine Arts from the École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Marseille and a Master in Creative Music Technology at the School of Performing Arts, Bath Spa University, England. She completed her choreographic education at the Tanzfabrik Berlin, the SEAD in Salzburg and PARTS in Brussels. In her most recent works, she is interested in the confrontation of the creative and performing forms of contemporary dance with the computer programming processes (The Zeughaus series), as well as the inheritance in dance and politics, according to Jacques Derrida (Spectral Schematics). She is currently preparing a solo of counterintegration in the dialectal arabic, which will be premiered in Morocco at the end of the year (Darja - Liatahaddat).