A mixed-media artist based in the Hague (NL), Marcus Graf studied at the Royal Conservatory the Hague, and received his Bachelor in Applied Composition from the Utrecht School of Arts. Graf has worked as a composer for theatre, television and cinema and has held several original performances at Paradiso and the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, among others.
More recently, Graf's work has focused on the visual and physical world, in particular aesthetics of the analog world, critical self-perception and the responsibility of the individual in modern society.

A participant of the Electrolobby workshop at the Ars Electronica 2007 in Linz, Graf’s works have been showcased at the Museo Nacional de Culturas Populares, Mexico City, unDEAF and DEAF07 in Rotterdam and at VillaNuts and the Interactive Playground, the Hague.
A mixed-media artist based in the Hague (NL), Andrea Reyes Elizondo received her Bachelor in Communication Sciences in Mexico City. She co-founded Los Obsoletos in Mexico City.

Reyes Elizondo's work focuses on the role of images in the creation and preservation of memory and perception. Playfully experimenting with the architecture of information and usability, she aims to create alternative, mostly analogue interfaces.

Reyes Elizondo's works have been showcased in Fotoseptiembre 1998, at the Museo Nacional de Culturas Populares and at the Centro Cultural Espaņa in Mexico City, unDEAF07 and DEAF07 in Rotterdam, Ground 2 Festival and Interactive Playground in the Hague.
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