Julian Klein is a composer and director, artistic director of the group a rose is, and lecturer in experimental music theatre at Berlin’s Universität der Künste and Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler. He also lectures in performance and interdisciplinary project development at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst, Frankfurt. Klein is also currently a visiting scholar at the Institute of Neurobiology and Behaviour at the Freie Universität Berlin, working specifically in the "Languages of Emotion" Cluster of Excellence. Klein has served as a member of the Junge Akademie at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities and the Leopoldina, the Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher.
Daniel Kötter is a video artist, filmmaker and director, Berlin. His works fluctuate between various media and institutional contexts. They have featured at numerous international film and video-art festivals, in galleries, theatres, and concert halls. Key works of his to date include: experimental video concert performances (with Hannes Seidl), the multichannel trilogy, "Arbeit und Freizeit" (2009-2011), as well as the film series "state-theatre" on the state of performative art in Lagos, Teheran, Berlin, Detroit, Beirut, and Mönchengladbach (with Constanze Fischbeck).
raumlaborberlin is a group that works in architecture and urban planning. raumlaborberlin members work with specialists from other professions to complete projects. raumlaborberlin transcends genres and has an interdisciplinary approach to realizing projects. Besides taking on assignments that are purely architectural in nature, raumlaborberlin is also active in the areas of urban planning, actions, landscape architecture, shaping public spaces, and artistic installations. Key recurring themes for the group therefore are: public space, cities in flux, the boundaries between public and private.
Juliane Beck has worked on several (music theatre) productions by Kötter/Seidl, as assistant director and dramatist. In 2011 she was production assistant to Herbordt/Mohren and is currently coordinator of the duo’s ongoing projects. In 2012 she was granted a scholarship in art coordination at Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, where she supervised and launched interdisciplinary exhibition projects. As a coordinator and dramatist, her special interests lie in the artistic exploration of the public space and its everyday practices, as well as the production of interdisciplinary and installative art formats.
Elke Moltrecht directed the project "Seeing Music."