is a performance artist, writer, and translator born in Lisbon and based in Berlin. They studied Philosophy and Comparative Literature at Freie Universität Berlin. In their works, they seek to create open-ended brainstorms that platform the cognitive-motoric and chemical-physical expansion of socially constructed meaning. They have performed at Horse&Pony, ACUD MACHT NEU, diffrakt., transmediale 2019, LOW TEXT, and Internet Xplorer, among others.
studied Psychology at the University of Cologne; Painting with Ute Pleuger at Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design, Halle (Saale); and Fine Art at both the Prague Academy of Arts, Architecture, and Design and the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. Since 2019 she is Meisterschülerin of Prof. Pia Linz at Weißensee Academy of Art, Berlin. Her work has been exhibited with the Kunstverein Hamm, White Pearl Gallery, and CCA Hubbell Street Galleries.
(or Masha) comes from a country that no longer exists, and probably from a time that does not exist yet. Her work deals with joints of language, power structures, and translations. She is tracing the diverse engravings that abuse, displacement, and inequality leave in the landscapes of human minds. Masha thinks in pictures of distance and cross-media glitches, and she often works with words as they come, misspelled and embeautied by their imperfection.
was born during the disco years underneath the deep Guatemalan sky. She’s a fiction writer based in Berlin.
Her work has been published in Leopardskin and Limes, Literally Stories, The Wild Word, Jersey Devil Press, Cafe Irreal, and Visual Verse. Her writing has likewise received an Honorable Mention for Glimmer Train's Short Story Award for New Writers. She is currently engaged as a co-host and producer of the monthly literary fiction podcast Story Strumpets.
is an editor, researcher, writer, and performer. Her creative work centers on text and the ways in which it can be loaded, instrumentalized, and reconfigured. In so doing, she explores the tensions between oral and written texts; poetry and reportage; and draft and master copy. Additionally, she is a member of the femme hip-hop band R&D, co-editor of Agathe Bauer (TLTRPreß), and an initiator of the text-based event series LOW TEXT.
is a German-American writer and artist. Her work crosses visual art, performance, and digital media and addresses a primarily linguistic inquiry into the relationship between language and the body. More specifically, her practice considers: occurrences and their documentation; the visceral aspects of concepts; and parameters across media that direct or restrict gestures.
is an Argentine writer, illustrator, and musician based in Berlin. Besides trying to conjure the realm of the undead into the world of the living, she spends much of her time translating her drawings into tattoos and makings zines.
is a visual researcher, writer, and archivist who transfers poetic performance and food sounds into radio, primarily through the culinary and sonic research program Bites. She works as a co-organizer of SAVVY Contemporary's Untraining the Ear sessions for experimental music and sound art, as well as an archivist at SAVVY.doc. She likewise participates in the collective Research and Waves, publishes in Revista ARTA, and co-authors audio actions with the artist Ralf Wendt, among others.
came to Berlin of sane mind and is now as deliciously unmoored in the city as she had hoped to become. Her publication in Bride N3 is excerpted from a longer series of texts entitled Poems About Stolen Ladders — a few pieces written during and about a time in her life when she stole at least one ladder, among other things.
is an artist and curator based in Berlin. Her projects are often interdisciplinary and collaborative, and usually involve partnerships with musicians and participatory performances. She curates for The Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, while her own work has been exhibited at The Royal Cultural Center in Amman, The Anchorage Museum, The Berkeley Art Museum, Cross Attic in Prague, CCA Hubbell Street Galleries in San Francisco, and Kreuzberg Pavillon.
received a BA in Dance, Context, Choreography at the Inter-University Centre for Dance and has taken part in the Chto Delat Collective at the School of Engaged Art. She locates her practice in the interstices of movement and writing and works across installation, sound, and video poetry. She is part of the collectives [In]exhaustible Resource, On Transitions, and Space-in-g, and her work has been published in [Translit] Journal and stadtsprachen magazin, among others.
is a Master’s student at Freie Universität Berlin. She is working to figure this writing thing out, exploring diverse forms and themes, and always trying to be honest.
spent her childhood writing pop songs that later became poems. She studied Creative Writing in Manchester before moving to Berlin in 2017, though has since thrown her learned traditional poetics in the bin. Her work bounces from mental health to Tinder to life in the city through series of intimate snapshots and observations. She seeks to explore the fragility of the human condition, sex and the queer body, and the struggles of womxnkind.
thought they would become a scenic painter, before they sold their brushes and moved to Berlin. Now they are an artist, writer, and student of traditional Chinese medicine.
is a Birmingham-born writer, poet, and curator. She is the founder of the Afro-European archive The Black Borough, a co-founder of the collective Poet & Prophetess, and co-curator of The R.A.P Party Berlin. She has written for Sleek Magazine, Berlin Art Link, YEOJA Magazine, and Highsnobiety, as well as The Gentlemen Press and Eggbox Publishing. Her works address the Black Caribbean diaspora, queer identities, and race relations.
is the lead curator of the artist platform and event series Künstler, Künstlerin. She works within and across various media that she herself pretends to become, even as she deploys them to derive a sense of being a person. She uses herself as a blank canvas against which to apply the ideas the artistic mode makes possible, and in so doing to observe human reality.
is a Québec-born artist whose practice extends across poetry, performance, voice, and visual art. She studied fine arts and design at Université Laval before moving to London, where she turned to music and writing. She has since re-located to Berlin. Her work has been published in Poetry London, SAND Journal, The FU Review, stadtsprachen magazin, and Delinquent. She is also the vocalist and lyricist of the duo Paco Sala.
is a Dhaka-born, NYC-bred, and Berlin-based writer. Her writing can be found in New Moons: Contemporary Writing by North American Muslims Anthology (Red Hen Press, 2021), SAND Journal, Newtown Literary Journal, Bone Bouquet, Künstler, Künstlerin, Having A Whiskey Coke With You, and First Times: A Collection of Stories. Find her at www.marinareza.com.
finds herself in Berlin after growing up (as much as she could manage) in the Midwestern United States. She studied painting and creative writing at the Kansas City Art Institute. She enjoys reading and writing poetry, casting homely figurines, chasing ghosts, playing with other people’s food, and making her way through the Criterion Collection with her cat, Apollo. She is currently a poetry editor for SAND Journal.