Jelina Haines was born in Manila, Philippines in 1970 and migrated to Australia in 1997,holds a Graduate Certificate in Business Information Management (Archival & Preservation Mgmt), a Bachelor of Arts (Interdisciplinary Visual Arts) and a Diploma in Community Cultural Development (Dip.CCD).
Edouard Lock is a choreographer/performer, who studied film at Concordia University. He founded Lock-Danseurs in 1980, which then evolved into La La La Human Steps. "Oranges" (1981) won him a Jean A. Chalmers Award for choreography, and "Human Sex" (1985) won a Bessie Award for choreog
Cyprien Gaillard's work explores the effect of architecture on human life, using techniques borrowed from Land Art and Minimalism. He treats modernist buildings as romantic ruins, and aestheticizes their destruction. Gaillard films the demolition of housing projects and the explosions that carve away
Mika Rottenberg is a sculptor and video arts who builds large, complex sets inhabited by women performing illogical, assembly line tasks. In "Dough", for example, a woman in a tiny room smells flowers to induce hay fever. Her tears run down her legs and through a tiny hole in the floor, where other w