Lasse Lau (DNK)
Lasse Lau (born 1974) is a social activist, visual artist and filmmaker based in New York and Copenhagen. He studied at the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program and Funen Academy of Fine Art. He has exhibited in a wide range of museums and galleries including Hamburger Bahnhof and Wolfsburg Kunstverein in Germany, Aarhus Art Museum and Brandts Klaedefabrik in Denmark, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Croatia, The Turin Biennial of Contemporary Art in Italy, the Contemporary Museum in Baltimore, Smack Mellon Gallery and PS1 Contemporary Art Center in New York.
He has recently directed a short experi- mental video “Sounds from the Hallways” in the Egyptian museum.
Hind Meddeb (FRA / TUN)
Hind Meddeb was born in Paris from a Marrocan mother and a Tunisian father. She has kept a strong link with both countries. After studies of Phylosophy and German between Paris and Berlin, until the 16th may 2003 with the first attacks on Marocan soil. She decides to make a documentary to follow the path of these 13 killers. This will be her first film ”From Casa to paradise”. Between 2005 and 2008, she works as a journalist and reporter for Direct 8, France 24, France Info. In 2008, She was a co-writer with Abderrahmane Sissako for ARTE. She has directed three short documentaries for the magazine Tracks on Arte TV. She is currently shooting her newt feature documen- tary about Chaabi music in Egypt and Tunisia and in the aftermath of the revolutions.