Przybysz / Szwajgier / Wollny

Magdalena Przybysz (born 1979) is a dancer and performer from Krakow where she gained experienced in Iwona Olszowska's Eksperymentalne Studio Tańca (EST, Experimental Dance Studio) by participating in many workshops, mainly in improvisation, improvisation contact, butoh and body awareness techniques, as well as by contributing to the Studio's structural improvisation-based projects. In 2004, concurrently to her involvement in EST projects, she started an independent career as a "space investigator" (to use her own words) creating her own projects based on sound and movement development and collaborating with artists from other fields of art. She is a PhD student at the Jagiellonian University, Krakow and a Neuro Linguistic Programming Master Practitioner. In 2009 she was a resident of the SOLO Project programme in Stary Browar, Poznań.

Anna Szwajgier (born 1979) graduated in Music Theory at the Academy of Music, Krakow (2004). She gained experience during computer composition classes at the Electroacoustic Music Studio under Prof. Marek Chołoniewski) and multimedia forms in the Intermedia Studio of the Academy of Fine Arts, Krakow. She has created music for many films, including Żółtodzióbstwo (2002), Zmienność (2004), Nierozpoznane, Pągowska, Niezwyczajne, Karpowicz, Sensacje barwne (2003–2004) and Kotlet (2005), as well as the sound installation Choroba morska (2002). She has collaborated on projects with various artists, for example with Zorka Wollny with whom she created the performance Koncert na Wysokie Obcasy (2004–2005), featuring eight dancers in the space of the Gothic Revival Collegium Novum, Krakow, and with Wojciech Doroszuk with whom she created the project and video Free Cracow Tour (2005).

Zorka Wollny (born 1980) is a performer and visual artist. She studied art history at the Jagiellonian University, Krakow, and visual arts at the Sabanci Univeritesi, Istanbul. She is a graduate of the Painting Faculty of the Academy of Fine Arts, Krakow. In her work she investigates the modern forms of rituals and behaviours in the context of institutional influences and imposed narratives. She deconstructs reality by combining surrealism and metaphor with critical expression. She says of herself that she is a careful observer of social mechanisms and a critical participant of social life. She is a member of Fundacja 36,6. She lives and works in Krakow.