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TOM ENGELS (Belgium) holds a Masterʼs degree in Art Science from the Department of Theatre, Performance and Media Studies of Ghent University. During his studies he enacted different roles in choreography related productions, going from assistance to dramaturgy. He worked and works with artists like Antonia Baehr (DE), Eszter Salamon (HU/DE), Rodrigo Sobarzo (NL) and Sidney Leoni (FR). In 2012 he co-created "Saga", together with Tessa Theisen and Marcus Doverud, as well as "Process/Out of joint" with Stefanie Knobel, Arnita Jaunsubrena, Kim Willems and Christopher-Felix Hahn. He works as an editor for "Oral Site", an online publication platform initiated by artist and writer Myriam Van Imschoot and Sarma. His Oral Site publication "More than one tie" came out in Spring 2013. At the moment he is enrolled in the Choreography and Performance program at the Institute for Applied Theatre Studies, Giessen.
STEFANIE KNOBEL (Switzerland) works in the crossing areas of dance, performance and writing. She holds a Master's degree in Applied Theatre Studies from Justus-Liebig University, Giessen. Before she studied Dance at the University Sophia Antipolis in Nice, France, and German Literature at the University of Bern. As a choreographer and performer she worked in various constellations. In 2010 she developed "Naturfilm", a performance for public parks, together with Agnes Fabich (Von Bernus-Park, Frankfurt). In 2011 she created "Your Dance with my Book" (Niemandslandfestival, Baden, CH) and in a consequence "New methods of romantic ballet" (rough cuts, 2011), where the spectators are reading a book and watching a performance simultaneously. Her latest production is the collective work "Process/Out of joint" (2012) together with Tom Engels, Arnita Jaunsubrena, Kim Willems and Christopher-Felix Hahn. For the moment she teaches at the department of performing arts and film at Zurich University of the Arts.