An interdisciplinary artist and energy worker, Alejandro Sajgalik is a descendent of restless blood. His current practice honours the transformative potential of transient deep-rootedness, drawing from his experience with somatic movement, urban voids, queerness, intimacy and holistic bodywork. His work includes dance performances, videos, experimental music and writings. Nina Vroemen seeks projects that quicken the heart. Working primarily with video, dance, and sonic experimentation, she aims to engage audiences in realizing multi-perspective narratives, unmarked history and the silhouettes of memory. Her interests and research include queer identities, digital humanities, alternative education, storytelling, human rights, and environmental issues.