Linda Remahl, Sweden

Linda Remahl is a choreographer and exploring dance-film maker. After graduating from London Contemporary Dance School, alongside her work as a performer, she has for the last 10 years explored her own choreographic language and expression. Her stage work has been presented at theaters such as Robin Howard Dance Theatre (Resolution, Evolution), Theatre Atalante (Sweden) and Théâtre des Deux Rêves (France). Her passion for dance film is by using video editing as a choreographic tool and her dance films has been shown at various festivals. Linda is based in Brighton and is currently creating new choreographic work, both in studio and on screen as well starting a company called Dance in the years, which will lead short creative performance projects with participants 65+.

Bruno Humberto, Portugal

Performer, deviser. Bruno has collaborated with various performance artists and companies, as well as developing solo and site-specific works internationally in staircases, tunnels under the river, train stations, churches or mossy forests. This year he presented his new performance and sound work Holding Nothin at the ICA, Guest Projects and Gift and is touring with improvised music collective Orchestra Elastique.

Tamar Daly, England / Israel

A multi disciplinary performer and independent artist, Tamar works in dance, theatre and live art contexts. Primarily a movement based improviser, she collaborates with sound and visual artist as well as performers of diverse backgrounds. Born in Yorkshire, raised in Israel and having lived and worked in France for several years, Tamar draws on the diversity of cultures, languages and landscapes of her nomadic experiences.

Rachel Champion, England

Rachel trained at Dartington College of Arts in Visual Performance. She has been involved in many forms of performance ranging from Site-specific work, Physical Theatre, Contemporary Dance, Visual Art and Improvised Performance. Rachel stores memories like food and often gets to places without remembering the journey.

Marion Deprez, France

Marion is a graduate of the London School of Physical Theatre and most recently worked as assistant director for Tamasha’s production, Lyrical MC. Marion’s directorial debut  How Do You Spell It?– a mélange of homemade ballet and 1920’s style thriller, with a devised score from Ian Paxon.  In Don’t Talk To Her Marion returned to the theme of language and using a cast of three actors who are respectively French, Portuguese and Chinese explores the dichotomy of language.

Sara Popowa, Sweden / Japan / Bulgaria

Using her body, technology, choreographed movement and temporary materials like paper, stickers and photographic prints, Sara invites the audience to view – and take part in – a sensory, maybe slightly unsettling take on spectatorship, seeing and ‘visual identity’. She makes solo and collaborative live work and has shown her solos at Plateaux Festival (Frankfurt), Frascati Theatre (Amsterdam), SPILL National Platform and OPA02 – On Performance Art (Athens).

Tristan Shorr, England

Tristan is a composer, musician and occasional filmmaker (b. 1977) and lives and works in London. Since completing an MMus in Music Composition at Goldsmiths University in 2009, Tristan has been working with fine artists, choreographers, performance artists and several dance and physical theatre companies based in London, Brighton and Israel. Tristan is a founding member of Orchestra Elastique, electro-acoustic group vlk and is currently working on his first solo project.


Ana Fernandez, Spain

Ana is a maker. She trained in figure skating, gymnastics, dance, music, physical theatre, improvisation and crafts. She toured with her bands founding an independent record company that would release otherwise unexposed material. She founded a centre for the Arts in Spain to provide local students and practitioners with a place that was missing, a theatre dance company for herself and others to create work and perform and she is one of Coachwerks co-founders. Her resources are now fully dedicated to supporting the creation and development of new work.

Pepa Ubera, Spain

After gaining a degree in ballet in Spain, she moved to London in 2003 to study contemporary dance at LCDS, BA-(HONS). She has been a freelance dance artist since 2006, performing with Jose Vidal, Tom Dale and 30 Bird Productions among others. Pepa is also part of Beatabet Collective where she develops her own dance research. She joined Karavan Ensemble for the last project.

Sofia Fernandez, Spain

Sofia (actor; devising actor and physical theatre performer) has performed on and off in text-based plays and devised pieces in Spain; France and the UK for the last eighteen years: She’s taken part in classical theatre tragedies and comedies; absurdist antiplays and physical theatre performances with a series of amateur and professional companies: She has recently undertaken training in LeCoq; Butoh and Action Theater: She’s currently involved in co-organising performance events at Coachwerks; Brighton Companies: The Whodowudoos; Transient Dance Theatre; The Women Who; Son La Sa; Salsa Rusa; GUT

Howard SivillsEngland

Howard is a performer. Currently studying Theatre and Visual Arts at Brighton University, his credits include stage and television work, modelling, and street theatre. In his practice he likes to merge grotesque humour with sincere and tender relationships to examine themes of isolation and attachment. He is a visual theatre maker that draws on elements of puppetry, mime and dance. He sits somewhere between artist and entertainer.