Andrew Gilchrist
Danielle Garcia
Benjamin Manglos
Alex Raponi
julie rossman
(Graphic & Web Designer) is a multimedia artist and director. She currently works as a graphic designer and illustrator at the World Science Festival.
(Producer) is originally from Toronto and currently lives in Brooklyn, NY. She studied psychology before engaging in the medical field, which brought her to Cape Town, South Africa. Over a 5-month period, she worked in emergency care and ambulatory units, and participated in women's health and HIV/AIDS education programs. Coupled with the personal growth she gleaned from this incredible experience was also the development of a blood phobia – and so, she decided to study law instead at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto and at New York University. An ardent love affair with New York City and contemporary art ensued. She pursued a Masters degree in Art Business at Sotheby's Institute of Art, and managed the Contemporary Art Evening Sale at Phillips de Pury before expanding into the world of New York real estate investment. She currently is of counsel to Gold Scollar Moshan, PLLC – a boutique real estate law firm located in NYC's SoHo neighborhood. She has served on the board of directors of various arts organizations – most recently the artist-run center, Gallery 1313 in Toronto. She continues to contribute to the New York art world on a pro bono basis through the organization Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.
(Producer) is a screenwriter, director, author, essayist, composer, and full-time film fanatic. He has extensive experience making no/low budget films, developing these skills in the vibrant avant-garde theater scene in New York. His credits as director and co-director include Chips and Salsa Meet the Moon Men, a neo-surrealist film about a couple trying to maintain their relationship in the face of impending cataclysmic destruction, and James Died Twice, a promotional film for the United Broadcasting Theater Company. As a composer, he has scored numerous theatrical productions, including but not limited to, James V, Birthtaint, and Marfa Lights. In addition to his film and theatrical work, he has authored a collection of short stories in the new weird genre, soon to be released under the title The Grotesquerie. He holds a bachelor's degree in English from DePaul University, where he was an invited tutor for the university's writing center and was honored with a Newberry Library Fellowship for his essay on the impact of travel narratives on the age of exploration, entitled Fact, Fiction, and the Arquebus: The Peregrinations of Fernao Mendes Pinto.
(Producer) is a native New Yorker currently living in Brooklyn. She attended Sarah Lawrence College, moved to Manhattan, and held many various jobs, among them - actress, model, photographers assistant, bartender, booking agent. She joined a band and toured extensively throughout the US and Canada before getting back to work in production, mainly in the areas of special events and fashion. She currently works as an event planner after gaining experience organizing events and fundraisers for the non-profit organization, American Opera Projects. In 2011 she played the role of Margaret in the production, Viktor K., a collaboration with the Bruce High Quality Foundation. In 2012 she worked was an associate producer and fundraising coordinator on Andrew Gilchrist's Sea Pig.
(Artistic Director, Founder) originally hails from Kansas City and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. As a writer, director, and performer in the New York avant-garde theater and performance world for many years now, Sea Pig was his first film. He tours as a performer with The Life and Death of Marina Abramović, featuring Willem Dafoe, conceived by Abramović and Robert Wilson, directed by Wilson, with music by Antony Hegarty. He also performed in Laurie Anderson's recent video installation, The Gray Rabbit, which was last seen at the Glenbow Museum in Calgary during January 2012. He is the producer and associate director of The Sundance Kid is Beautiful, a theatrical staging of the legendary Einstein on the Beach librettist and artist Christopher Knowles' early writings, performed by Knowles himself, which will tour internationally in 2013, beginning with the world premiere production at the Louvre Museum in Paris and the New York premiere at Performa 13, both in November. Robert Wilson has called him "an artist to be watched. His work and his presence as a performer have a mysterious strong, physical power."