Born in Bydgoszcz, Poland, in 1987, Jagoda Wisniewska studied photography at Napier University in Edinburgh, and then at the ECAL. Her work focuses on concepts of performativity and portraiture. Her projects examine the roles attributed to women, especially in the domestic realm, and explore the age-old fascination for the mother figure and its representations in photography.
Tamara Alegre works with dance and choreography. Born in Gran Canaria, they studied European Business and Psychology and worked as a curator of underground music, DJ and tour manager until 2016. In 2018, they were awarded an MA in Choreography from the DOCH, Stockholm, and created FIEBRE with Lydia Ö Diakité, Marie Ursin, Nunu Flashdem and Célia Lutangu. The work has been presented at several European venues and won the Young Choreographer’s Award in 2021. Their research revolves around sensual embodiments, fiction on sexuality and sexual organs, and liminal physical states as choreographic tools. Their work epitomises and is charged with resistance, intensity and the joy of dancing with others.