Alaa Jamal AboFarraj, born in Swaida, in the south of Syria, lives in Damascus. He works as a journalist and photographer at the newspaper "Kassioun" and as a web developer. As a film director, he has made several short films and documentaries, including the short film "شغل بيت" (english: "Homemade") and "Sarah". 

Sirwan Ali, born in Kamischli, in northeastern Syria, lives in Hamburg. He works as a developer and producer of digital arts at Kampnagel, is playing as a musician and has made music and animations for the soap series "Ramadram". As a video and digital artist, he has made installations at various festivals; in 2021 he developed the augmented reality app "[k]To Go" for Kampnagel. 

Julia Lauter lives in Hamburg and Piemont. She works as a journalist and author. She curated the literary-documentary exhibition "Homing" for Literaturhaus Stuttgart in 2019/2020 and writes i.a. for SZ-Magazin, GEO, Reportagen, brand eins, taz, Dummy, Greenpeace Magazin, Amnesty Journal. 

Holger Fröhlich lives in Hamburg occasionally. As a journalist, he writes for the business magazine brand eins and also for magazines and art projects. Artistically, he was most recently involved in the future archaeological art project "Walhalla2" as well as the illustrated book "Behelfsheim" and co-directed the literary-documentary exhibition "Homing" for Literaturhaus Stuttgart. 

Lena Biresch started working in the theater sector as an assistant director, writer and director. Since 2016 she has been involved with new immersive and interactive media. She started a training as a game programmer, which she completed in 2020. Since then she has been working as a virtual reality experience designer at the intersection of games and digital art and has been i.a. a fellow and artist inresidence at the Academy for Theatre and Digitality in Dortmund and Schaubude Berlin.