Isabel Burr Raty is an independent filmmaker and performance artist, exploring the ontological crack between the organic and the artificially engineered, between the unlicensed knowledge of minority groups and the official facts. In so doing, she aims to dig up chapters left out of history books, blur the limits between fiction/reality and re-think the memory of the future.
Kuang-Yi Ku is a bio-artist and a social designer born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan, who is currently based in the Netherlands.
Ku's work often deals with the human body, sexuality, human-animal interaction and medical technology, and aims to investigate the relationships among technology, the individual, and the environment.
His residency period at airWG is funded by National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts.