Inês Valle is a transcultural curator, art consultant, specializing in Aboriginal contemporary arts and culture, global curating, international social engaged art practices, art and communities, and in intercultural dialogues. Believing in the international and interdisciplinary preservation and exchange of ideas she has initiated and participated in several projects that aim to stimulate a global - interchanging - and - understanding of the conceptual notion of the ‘other’, not to insert or present alternatives to dominant hegemonic narratives but to interrupt, interrogate and investigate the effects and possibilities of the unheard and the omitted ones. Currently she is the Curator of NR Project in London.
Mara Alves is a Portuguese Artist & Curator based in London. She graduated in Painting and Drawing at ar.co (Center for Art and Visual Communication) in 2005 and before completing her degree was invited to be an Art Tutor at several Art Schools and studios. She founded PortugArt, an art project with the collaboration of the Portuguese Embassy and The D Group (part of Strategy International) that brought together 20 top Portuguese Artists to show- case their art in London. This project also resulted in an invitation to become Curator and Manager at D Contemporary. She embraces all projects and opportunities that the art world has to offer her.
Chibuike Uzoma is a social commentator, devel- oping an active multidisciplinary practice with photography, painting, text and drawing. Although his artistic interest diverges through places and times he is always drawn by life and the reciprocals between humans and the human condition. His works engage contemporary African politics, thought, colonialism, dictatorship, immigration, as well as themes related to urbanization, unemployment, religious and ethnic conflicts.