Sandra Mujinga (b. 1989, Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo) is a Norwegian artist and musician who lives and works in Oslo and Berlin. Her multidisciplinary practice spans from performances, videos and sculptures to her active work with public discourse and her own presence in social media. She studied at the Malmö Art Academy (Lund University) and at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. Recent solo exhibitions include 'SONW – Shadow of New Worlds', Bergen Kunsthall (2019); 'Seasonal Pulses', Croy Nielsen, Vienna (2019); 'Hoarse Globules', UKS, Oslo (2018); and 'Calluses', Tranen, Copenhagen (2018). She has been included in group shows at Kunstverein Hannover (2020); Lunds Konsthall (2019); Kistefos Museet, Jevnaker (2019); Hasselblad Center, Gothenburg (2019); and Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin (2020).
Staci Bu Shea (1988, Miami, USA) is a curator, facilitator, archivist and writer. Together with the team, Staci has organized the exhibition program at Casco Art Institute: Working for the Commons in Utrecht, The Netherlands since 2017. Staci is largely inspired by facets of social reproduction, and has embarked on an ongoing study trajectory with Rizvana Bradley called 'Poetics of Living' to explore already existing and emerging non-normative forms of living together in consideration of rapidly changing discourses around sexuality, health, communal life, and death. Staci was co-curator of 'Barbara Hammer: Evidentiary Bodies' (2017) at Leslie Lohman Museum of Art (NY) with Carmel Curtis, and graduated from the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College with the group exhibition 'Emphasis Repeats' (2016) at Hessel Museum of Art (NY). Staci is a faculty member at the Dutch Art Institute and co-tutors the COOP study group 'All about my mother.' Staci is a volunteer at Stadshospice in Utrecht and training in end of life care.