Zoe, Tuuli and Xavier are recent graduates of the Performance Making and Sonic Arts MA at Goldsmiths, University of London. Recent individual and collaborative projects include Stretchy Dinosaur, which explores cetacean sounds, and Maria Inkoo, a performance band whose interests include animals and ecofeminism.
Tuuli Malla is a performance and installation artist collaborating with people, objects, places and animals.
Xavier Velastin is a sound artist from London, based in Leeds, ‘musicking’ composition, coding and performance about voice, water and dystopia.
Zoe Czavda Redo is a performing artist and participant observer working with colonialism, posthumanism, and the politics of reproduction. She is also an associate of un-society R.I.C.E. and research platform Bright Red Tongue.