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FOS (DK), artist
FOS, b. 1971, artist name of Thomas Poulsen, is a Danish artist, trained at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Copenhagen) from 1993 to 2000. FOS's work is a continuous development of a concept he calls Social Design, a type of construction method for building a space or place for the purpose of raising the awareness of social processes between people. FOS also works with Social Design through media such as music, clothing, interior design and graphics. In 2006 he was the author to the re-design of the Men's Home in Vesterbro together with artist Kenneth Balfelt (b. 1966).

MOLLY HASLUND (DK), artist
Molly Haslund graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen and Glasgow School of Art (2003-2005). She works in a field between sculpture, installation and performance relating to the visual arts, performing arts, stand-up, literature and music.

ANDERS ABRAHAM (DK), architect

Anders Abraham is a professor at the School of Architecture in Copenhagen. He lives and works in Copenhagen, where he runs his own design studio Anders Abraham Architects. Anders Abraham studied at The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture of The Cooper Union in New York from 1987 to 1991, and he is Ph.D. from the School of Architecture in Copenhagen (2003). Recently he has organized the exhibition "House in Motion" at the Danish Architecture Center (autumn 2014), where architecture and art intertwine.

ANTON ALVAREZ (SE / CL), designer
Swedish-Chilean Anton Alvarez graduated from the Royal College of Art in London (2012). Alvarez originally studied art and carpentry work before he trained as an interior designer and furniture designer at Konstfack, the University College of Arts, Craft and Design in Stockholm. Alvarez work focuses on the creation of systems, tools, and processes for the manufacture of objects.

THORSTEN SADOWSKY (CH / UK), curator
Thorsten Sadowsky is director of the Kirchner Museum Davos in Switzerland, where he in recent years has been responsible for running the museum and the collection of works by the internationally highly acclaimed German expressionist painter Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938 ). Thorsten Sadowsky was from 2005 to 2008 the first professional art director of Aarhus Art Building, a work he received much praise for. Afterwards, he was Founding Director of the newly built Museum Kunst der Westküste on the North Frisian Island Führ, before he accepted the position of Director of Kirchner Museum.