Jumana Manna (b. 1987, USA) is an artist who uses film and sculpture, weaving together the methods of historian, anthropologist and performer to produce works that occupy multiple forums. She methodically submerges herself in each project, engaging intimately with her subjects to produce a practice that questions the limits of the body in relation to historic narratives of nationalism. Jumana holds a BFA from the National Academy of the Arts, Oslo and an MA in Aesthetics and Politics from California Institute of the Arts. She has exhibited internationally, from Sculpture Center (NYC), The Bergen Assembly, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter (NO), to Performa13 Biennial and The Jerusalem Show VII.
Sille Storihle (b. 1985, Norway) is an artist and researcher. Her central areas of interest include gender politics, nationalism and history. With Liv Bugge, she runs FRANK, a salon to build community, show contemporary art and generate discussions addressing hegemonic structures in society relating to gender, sexuality and desire. Storihle holds a BA in Fine Art from Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, and an MA in Aesthetics and Politics from California Institute of the Arts. Her artistic and curatorial projects have recently been shown at Unge Kunstneres Samfund (2013), Kunstnernes Hus (2012) and Kunstnerforbundet (2012). She recently edited the book Postscript on Curing Normality (2013), published by FRANK.