Curatory: Pérola Bonfanti
Management: Pérola Bonfanti . Gabriele Purdue
Technical Support: Ars Electronica Solutions
PÉROLA BONFANTI curates multimedia collaborations and creates interactive site specific platforms. She is specializing in the concept of game as seen in the 13 Portals, East Village, 2013. Pérola Bonfanti develops urban interventions such as Tributo á Mãe D'Água, supported by CEDAE at Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. Also having full skills of classical techniques, she blends both languages to get the final result in her projects. Daughter of an important italo-brazilian neo-expressionist painter, Gianguido Bonfanti, she grew up surrounded by the artistic environment. Pérola Bonfanti supervised the "Programa Fundamentação" sponsored by Secretary of Culture of the State of Rio de Janeiro at the Escola de Artes Visuais Parque Lage in 2012. She has works in such countries as France, Austria, Israel, United States, Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil.
NICOLINA maintains a home-base in New York but travels often, spreading her art around the world. She's transformed a harbor in Brazil into a floating gallery called FlutuArte, painted train cars in Chile, trucks in Japan, a tram in Italy, and Tap Taps in Haiti. In 2013, she presented the 13 Portals, an interactive street art experience merging technology, visual art and performance on the streets of New York. Hearts of the World, her ongoing international project, brings art to underprivileged children who might not otherwise have the opportunity to express themselves. Nicolina is the founder of the Free Art Society, an artist alliance dedicated to shifting art out of walled institutions and into the everyday public realm.
ZEL NONNENBERG had works selected, screened or awarded in both international and national festivals such as; at the Zeitgeist Festival (2011), the 16th Brazilian College Film Festival (2011), 5th AudioVisual Contest Causos do ECA (2010), CineCachaca VideoArt Selection at Cine Odeon Petrobras (2012). His work was at "Abotoados Pela Manga" exposition of reasons at Sao Paulo (2011), where he made a doc art about the artists and the relations within the contemporary art panorama; "Venus-Earth Exposition" with the analogic installation “REAL 3D” at TAC Gallery in Rio de Janeiro (2012); Escola de Artes Visuais Parque Lage (2013) with the works "LUMUS" and "INCARNE"; ArtPort - "Making Waves", videoart selection in Berlin (2014) with the work "INCARNE".
MARÍLIA VASCONCELLOS is a brazilian photographer with a degree from SENAC São Paulo College of Communication and Arts. She was awarded five times by State of São Paulo Culture Secretary, one of them with the project Mãe D'ÁguaGreece. Participated in international exhibitions in , Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Argentina and Brazil. Being a professional since 2002. Her career shows constant research, freely unites her photography work to plastic arts, thus making the process experimental and hybrid. Mixes analogic and digital images, video, sculptures, drawings, sound and performance in a constant search for an artistic development.
Eva Brauchart, Michael Neubauer, Walter Delle Karth, Denise Mühlböck, Jasmin Gattringer, Christian Thanner, Sabrina Sponner and Sandra Obrecht for supporting the project (CC Real and Fokus-media House)
Vanesssa Schauer for managing the first part of the project (Ars Electronica Solutions)
BAUER FRÖHLICH ZT GMBH for the architectural plans.
Cassandra McLean for help developing the poetic of the game.
Clemens Matschnig for the translation of the game.
Nathan Wheeler for part of the sound track.