Sybrig works as a choreographer and performer in and around the field of contemporary dance, visual arts and contemporary theatre. She has her base in the physical, choreographed, body but her works manifest in a variety of materials. Her performance work and teaching has taken her to the Baltic countries, Ukraine, Moldova, Serbia, France, Bulgaria, Russia, Scandinavia and Great Britain. With Benno Voorham she founded LAVA-Dansproduktion in 1997.
Selected works and projects: I believe(something is happening), at Festival:Display. 4 video works, Circulation I – IV, Lviv (collaboration with Ingrid Cogne, Sergiy Petlyuk and Vlod Kaufman). Manuskriptet Dodo:MOU. Farfrom, collaboration with composer Ann Rosén. White on White, dance film with 10 performers presented at Supermarket Artfair 2010. Performer in For Your Eyes Only by Peter Stamer. Performer in Trafo, a short film by Paul Horn, Vienna. Participation in Tandem Ukr/Mol as a cultural manager, initiated by ECF and MitOst.
Milan Vračar studied management in culture and media. He graduated on a theme of international theatre festivals. He is an independent cultural producer and a president of Association Kulturanova. He was involved in many international projects and is also collaborating on many most important events in Novi Sad and in Serbia (International festival of Street Musicians IFUS, Festival Days of Brazil – Novi Sad Samba Carnival, EXIT festival, Sterijino pozorje, INFANT, etc.) He was also producing and coordinating many innovative art initiatives and was participating on many international conferences, workshops, summer school (most important is Amsterdam Maastricht Summer University) and residencies (most important are Felix Meritis residency in Mains dOuvres, Paris, France in 2004. and CEC Artslink residency in New York, Seattle, Portland and San Francisco in 2009). He is also board member of many international networks. He held several lectures about his work on different Universities in Serbia and in Europe. He collaborated with many institutions such as Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Council of Europe, etc. He was working as a marketing manager in Cultural centre of Novi Sad and was coordinating a candidacy of Novi Sad for European Cultural Capital.
Nadja Voorham is an artist born in the Netherlands and raised in Sweden. She currently lives and works in Amsterdam where she graduated from the audio visual department of the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in 2012. Her work spans over different mediums such as text, photography and performance. At the bottom of her practice lies an interest in the premises for human interaction and the rituals constituting it. By means of re-enactment and repetition she emphasizes the daily distance in between people and catalyses an intimacy within it.
Nadja has exhibited in countries such as the Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden and England.