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Elke Van Campenhout (BE) is a tantra Monk and teacher running The Monastery Live and the Kaula of Tantra Community, facilitating workshops and yearly programs open up to every gender and sexual orientation and cultural background. Her approach to Tantra is inspired by the ancient texts and the classical ways of practicing. She also adapted tools from drama and shadow work, from body therapy and the arts, to open up the experience to the bodymind conundrum. Her own path led her to experiment death practices and sexual meditations. Former art critic in the Belgian art scene and founder of a.pass post master program, she currently makes ritual performances for the theatre and other environments.


Aditya Dutta (IN) is an transman person living in India, dedicated to healing arts and sacred intimacy. He holds a degree in psychology and over a decade of expertise in Yin-Yang Mastery and Somatic education. He is UHT certified Instructor by the Tao Master Mantak Chia and trained in Shadow work, Buddhist Tantra, Shamanism, Inner Child Work, Past Life Regression and Breathwork. Author of the book Transition: Awakening through Gender Identity, he facilitates workshops and gives conferences across India, Europe and America.


Yanshuf Kadesh (CA) Ph.D is an Integral mystic and transpersonal psychologist working in the field of higher human development and sacred sexuality. Based in Toronto Canada he works internationally. He provides teaching, counseling and facilitation for individuals, couples and groups. He is an accredited instructor of Neidan Gong (Taoist Inner Alchemy), with Dr. Mantak Chia and Francesca La Barca, as well as a Level-2 Initiate in Sexual Shamanism with ISTA (the International Schools of Temple Arts).



Dmitry Morozov aka ::vtol:: (RU) is a transdisciplinary artist and researcher currently based in Ljubljana. He focuses on contemporary media arts including sound, robotics and installation, placing special emphasis on the link between emergent systems and new kinds of technological synthesis. His works have been exhibited at museums and galleries worldwide. He is the award winner of the Sergei Kuryokhin Prize (Russia, 2013 and 2020), Innovation (Russia, 2020), Prix Cube (France, 2014) and also received honorary mentions at VIDA 16.0 (Spain, 2014) and Prix Ars Electronica (Austria, 2015, 2017).

Kristijan Tkalec (SI), is a biotechnologist working as the Expert Head and Chief Mentor at BioTehna lab in the Kersnikova Institute. His main goal is to connect artists, researchers and students with open source biological investigation to develop bio-art-hack projects and workshops.



Marzia Dalfini (IT) works as graphic designer and prop maker in Brussels. She collaborates with artists, performers and festivals across Europe, taking care of the graphic design, mostly of zines and books, and the scenographic process, mostly based in DIY approaches and use of eco-friendly materials.




Dodi Espinosa (MX) is an interdisciplinary artist living in Antwerp. His creations encompass performance, installation, objects, painting, workshops, among others. Each infused with inspirations from archaeology, sacral art, pop and indigenous cultures, have earned places in institutional and museum collections in both Belgium and the Netherlands. The artworks of Espinosa reflect on a myriad of societal challenges, from mental health and identity to race and sexuality. His art acts as a bridge, linking the past with the present, the deeply personal with the universal. As a queer voice with a postcolonial lens, he offers a unique and confessional perspective, pushing boundaries and prompting deeper introspection on issues that touch us all.


Camila Montero Elgueta (CL) is a chilean Reiki teacher and Crystals and Gems therapist living in Madrid, where she facilitates healing sessions and workshops. Also working as an independent audiovisual technician delivering analysis, design, development and implementation of strategies in collaborative projects. Former director of the Audiovisual Arts Department in Centro Cultural Balmaceda Arte Joven in Santiago Chile. A non-profit cultural corporation that promotes creative freedom, critical thinking, self-reflection and a sense of community through innovative and quality artistic education for the country's young people.


Ditte Brys (BE) is a therapist living in Gent, facilitating healing sessions with shamanic work, Reiki, family constellation, breath work, visualization, as well offering trance journeys and guiding circles. She worked a social assistant for 15 years in various positions across flanders and started with Inuai Healing Center in 2014.





Kristin Rogghe (BE) former dramaturge at the Mechelen Arsenaal Theatre and KVS, works as an independent in the cultural sector assessing artists in their research and creation processes. In the realm of contemporary visual arts, she has worked as assistant curator, i.a. for the exhibition Animism (Extra City and MHKA, 2010) and various projects by the Brussels organisation Bn Projects. She also worked as assistant to the French artist Pierre Bismuth and the Belgian artist Vincent Meessen, in particular for the project Un.Deux.Trois in Kinshasa for the Belgian Pavilion at the Venice Biennial in 2015.


Peggy Pierrot (FR) is an intellectual worker, teacher and independent researcher involved in projects linking software and information technologies, human sciences, activism, popular cultures and radio art. She writes, gives lectures and workshops on Afro-Atlantic cultures and science Fiction in literature, comics and film sub-genres (thrillers, fiction, fantasy, horror, romcom…). She currently teaches media theory and speculative fiction in the master’s program Storytelling and experimentation at Ecole de Recherche Graphique Brussels.


Einat Tuchman (BE/ISR) (worked as a dancer and performer for several major dance companies such as  Tolada, Les Ballets C. de la B., Lies Pawel's- Campo, Needcompany, Orla Berry. In 2010 she initiated interactive performances in different  urban neighborhoods, about the complex relations between collectivity and individuality, relating to the concepts of hospitality and territoriality. Such as Hotes et l’autre (production KVS-Brussels), Other host (production Buda- Kortrijk). Since 2021 she develops the Bildy Market Project in collaboration with different social and artistic local organizations (Nekkersdal, Kaaitheater, Parckfarm, etc). The aim of Bildy Project is to create platforms for cultivation of local values and empowerment of inhabitants of popular neighbourhoods.



nadine Brussels

Viernulvier Gent

Kersnikova Institute Ljubljana

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