Fathia Mohidin’s (Stockholm, 1985) work intertwines a vast array of media such as video, sound and sculpture in research-based extensive installations. Her work relates often to sport and training as a starting point for reflections upon the ‘body’ in relation to political, social and economical structures. Her work has been exhibited at Västerås Konstmuseum (2022), Bonniers Konsthall (2020), Luleåbiennalen (2020), Vera Baxter (Stockholm, 2019), Biquini Wax EPS (Mexico City, 2018), Fondazione Ratti (Como, 2018) and Side Room (Amsterdam, 2016). She holds an MfA from Kungl. Konsthögskolan i Stockholm (2020) with a year at the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture (2019). Mohidin lives and works in Stockholm.
Adele Marcia Kosman, composer, singer and computer developer, is educated in electro acoustic composition at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm. Their work is often presented as acousmatic pieces for surround sound, but also in performances with live coding and sound installations. Some of these works have been presented at Norbergfestival, Moderna Museet, Silent Green (Berlin) and EKKO festival (Bergen) to name a few. Kosman is currently the chairperson of Konstmusiksystrar and participates in various projects and engagements within contemporary music.