Anna Hentschel creates urban scenographies, has been building up the urban game design network Invisible Playground since 2011 in Berlin and is interested in playful urban experiences, atmospheres, bodies, processes and participation. She was a stipend of the Goethe-Institut Villa Kamogawa Kyoto, architect-in-residence at the Goethe-Institut Rotterdam and has a diploma in stage design as well as a Masters degree in spatial strategies.
Nenad Popov is an interdisciplinary artist, whose work is inspired by scientific concepts and methods. He specializes in live-performance and video installation, many of which contain living organisms. He got his Masters degree at the faculty of fine arts at the Royal Conservatory Den Haag, Netherlands. He lives and works since 2013 in Berlin. He exhibited his works at festivals like Ars Electronica in Linz or the STATE - Experience Science Berlin.