Maxime Berthou
Catalan artist born in 1981. He graduated from the Ecole Supérieure d'Art in Aix-en-Provence before joining the post-graduate course at the Fresnoy Studio National des Arts Contemporains in Tourcoing and then taking a pre-doctoral training at the Arts Décoratifs in Paris. His artistic practice consists mainly of making film essays based on performative gestures. However, he sometimes explores other forms of narrative to retranscribe his performances: storytelling, documentary theatre, literary essays, photography... Whatever the form chosen, the intention remains the same: to share complex or unspeakable artistic issues through simple and accessible stories. His work is part of a practice-based research context overlaying an artistic framework with a scientific one. Notably laureate of the Andy Warhol foundation and the Villa Albertine in 2021, his works have been presented in numerous solo and group exhibitions, cinemas and theatres worldwide such as Centre Pompidou Paris,Telic Gallery Los Angeles , New Orleans Jazz Museum, Matucana 100 Santiago de Chile, MSUM Ljubljana, Wrocław biennale.






Alex Czetwertynski
Alex Czetwertynski is a digital artist and curator working in the fields of creative technology, experiential, and media arts. His practice includes large-scale immersive experiences, media sculptures and commentary on contemporary digital art practices. Born in Belgium, he graduated from the University of Paris IV La Sorbonne with a Masters in Philosophy. Czetwertynski curates New Media Art events such as Day for Night or Electric Castle, new kinds of festivals that combines headlining musicians with immersive art installations, transforming live music environments by introducing new sensory experiences to an expanded audience . He has collaborated with artists such as Doug Aitken, threeASFOUR and Orlan. His work has been shown at the Jewish Museum and the FIAF in New York, the Centre Georges Pompidou, and the Théâtre de la Cité in Paris, the Confort Moderne in Poitiers, Mana Contemporary in New Jersey, the Museum of Literature in Warsaw and the Museum Ludwig in Budapest, the Mambo Museum in Bogota and more. He is currently based in Brussels, Belgium.
Nicolas Wierinck
Nicolas Wierinck (b. 1971, Kortrijk, Belgium) is an Art Producer & Consultant, living and working in Brussels.  He graduated in International Marketing and Foreign Trade. Since 1999 he challenges traditional approaches of contemporary art by supporting emerging and established artists working on the fringe of art, science and technology. His approach of art focuses on the relationship our society maintain within the Digital Age (also known as the Information Age or Computer Age). Whether the creations he supports are low or high tech these always make us attentive to the innovative trends or relevancy for our times. He cross-fertilize within an international network of visionary artists, cutting edge events and state-of-the art cultural venues. One of his key productions in the past years, as part of the 54th Venice Biennale, was the impressive audiovisual installation ‘Octfalls’ by Japanese artist Ryoichi Kurokawa, commissioned for the exhibition “One of a Thousand Ways to Defeat Entropy”.  Nicolas Wierinck delivered projects for numerous Art Centers, Art and Research Institutes such as Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton (FR), Fondation Boghossian (BE), MACBA (ES), BOZAR (BE),  Art Brussels (BE), Ars Electronica (AT), Fondation Téléfonica (PER), Centre Pompidou (FR), Taipei Fine Arts Museum (TPE), Gluon (BE), CEA Irfu - Saclay (FR). INL International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (PT), Brussels Photonics B-PHOT (VUB, BE), VIB-UGent Center for Medical Biotechnology (BE). Represented artists & past collaborations includes Sébastien Lacomblez, Felix Luque Sanchez, Ryoichi Kurokawa, Quayola, Jerry Galle, Félicie d’Estienne d’Orves, Guillaume Cousin. Recently he co-founded Parallel together with Alex Czetwertynski.