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Artist Clara Jo (*1986, USA) received a Master's degree (2013) studying under Olafur Eliasson (Institut für Raumexperimente, UdK Berlin). She received a B.A. in Photography from Bard College (New York) in 2008. Collaborative performance and film works with artist James Gregory Atkinson have been shown at MMK Museum Für Moderne Künste Frankfurt, Kunsthalle Krems, Club Transmediale, Hessische Kunsthalle Frankfurt, West Germany (received grant from Kulturamt Kreuzberg/Friedrichshain) and HAU2. Groupexhibitions include White Columns (New York) and the Swiss Institute (New York).

Since his youth, Robert Lippok has been active as a musician and fine artist in various formations. In the1990s, he, his brother Ronald, and Stefan Schneider founded the band to rococo rot, which became known worldwide with releases on the labels Kitty-Yo, City Slang and Staubgold, among others. With to rococo rot, Robert Lippok also developed sounded pieces for artists including Olaf Nicolai (Bonner Kunstverein, 2000,Palais de Tokyo, 2002, HAU Berlin, 2006), Doug Aitken (Serpentine Gallery, London, 2001) and TakehitoKoganezawa ("On the way to the peak of normal", Montevideo and Amsterdam, 2000). In addition, to rococorot has collaborated in radio plays for the Bayerischer Rundfunk, among others, and composed a newversion of Walter Ruttmann's sound montage "Weekend". Lippok also performs as a solo artist and with theelectronic duo Tarwater. As a fine artist, he deals with architectural spaces and audio concepts. He participatedin the show "space to face" at the Westfälischen Kunstverein (Münster, 2004), among others.

Michael Laakmann is Director of Photography of "24h Dahlem".

Claudia Relota directed the project "24h Dahlem/Tanz der Archive".