Cheng Ting Ting currently lives and studies in Norway. Specializing in painting and drawing, she is fascinated by the unique ambience rooted in daily scenery. She recreates narrative from the everyday and illustrates how insignificant experience means to her in her work.
Past exhibitions and projects include Recipient Absent, Fall In Fall Out, and The Imaginary Order at Gallery Exit, Very Natural Actions at Tai Kwun, The Pendulant Mass at Galerie OVO, → at Blindspot Gallery, and Imagine there’s no country Above us only our cities in Para Site.
Priyankar Bahadur Chand is a researcher, public health activist, and archivist based in Nepal. He manages the personal archives of Nepali modernist artist Shashi Bikram Shah, which includes nearly six decades of artworks, documents, photographs, and paraphernalia. Additionally, he is a Curatorial Assistant for the Kathmandu Triennale 2020, supporting various research and curatorial requirements. He also co-founded Sickle Cell Nepal, a non-profit organization which works to improve the access to health services for patients of genetic blood disorders in Nepal.
Gala Berger is a visual artist and independent curator living between San José, Costa Rica, and Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is co-founder of La Ene Museum, an experimental museum based in Buenos Aires, and Immigrant and Urgent spaces. She is currently working in Casa Ma, a feminist activist group in Costa Rica, dedicated to creating cultural value around the work of womxn artists from Central America, the Caribbean and their diasporas.