Giulia Damiani is an award-winning writer and editor based in London whose practice investigates the peripheries of culture and the arts. She is regularly published in art and cultural magazines such as E.R.O.S Journal and Art Selector. In the last two years she contributed as writer and editor to 3 published books: As is the Sea (2014), Ends Meet: Essays on Exchange (2014) and Ark: Words and Images from the Royal College of Art Magazine (2014). She has lectured on her research in institutions such as Goldsmiths University of London, Royal College of Art and The White Building (London). Her recent work includes devising and writing for the exhibition First Movement (London, 2015), for which she considered the potential of the notion of ‘the reverse’ in language. Currently developing descriptions of future antiquity, she is writing narratives for a book that amplifies women’s art and history.

Theodore Ereira Guyer is a London based Artist working within the media of print, photography, video and sculpture. He is a Graduate of the Royal College of Art, Norwich University of the Arts and Central Saint Martins, currently he is a tutor at the Art Academy in London. He has exhibited throughout the UK as well internationally, most recently in Hong-Kong, China. In 2013 he held a residency at the Poustinia Sculpture Park in Belize, Central America. In 2014 he won the Helen Chadwick Award as a multi-disciplinary artist; his works appear in several public and private collections notably the British Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum.