Harriet Gilles is an award-winning performance artist who has worked on immersive and interactive projects with Pony Express, PVI Collective, and Hermann Nitsch. She has completed residencies with Robert Wilson, Marina Abramović, and The Bearded Tit. Her solo performance, The Power of the Holy Spirit, won Best Experimental Show at the Melbourne Fringe Festival.

Xanthe Dobbie is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher based in Naarm, Melbourne. Their practice captures the experience of contemporaneity through queer and feminist ideologies. Xanthe’s award-winning graduate film Elagabalus has screened at festivals worldwide. They are currently undertaking a PhD focusing on digital and interactive art at RMIT University.

Thom Smyth is a creative producer interested in socially-engaged and queer experimental performance and events. He created Unfunded Empathy as a sidehustle, a creative outlet for healing political and social anxieties. Working with queer Sydney-based artists across parties, live performance and events, Unfunded Empathy explores ‘possibility’, alternate futures we can build together. Thom also works as a Producer at national producing house Performing Lines.

Jonny Seymour (Stereogamous) is an ARIA-winning musical solo (occasional duo with Paul Mac) known for their remixes, collaborations, and performances at festivals and events worldwide. They have worked with numerous artists, designers, and institutions, including Kylie, Sydney and Melbourne Fashion Weeks, Sia, Sydney Theatre Company and many more.