Beatrix Simkó is a Hungarian dancer, choreographer and media artist who graduated from the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design as a media designer. During her 8-year collaboration with the Hungarian Eva Duda Dance Company, she began to create her own performance and media works. In 2015 she was offered a grant by the Theatertreffen International Forum in Berlin, and in recent years she has taken part in many international theatre and dance collaborations; Bern Schlachthaus Theatre, München Rodeo Festival, Berlin Künstlerhaus Bethanian and Ballhaus Ost. Since 2016 she has been performing her contemporary dance duet #Orpheus#Eurydice which was awarded the Grand Prize at the Hungarian Festival of Dance 2018. She is one of the selected artists of Creative Crossroads by Life Long Burning for two years. She is currently based in Hamburg and Budapest.

Jenna Jalonen aka triplejay was born in Finland, educated in Hungary and is currently based in Belgium. After studying classical ballet at the Hungarian Dance Academy in Budapest, she evolved towards contemporary dance and performing arts. She has been dancing for and creating with several international companies and choreographers such as Eva Duda Dance Company, Central Europe Dance Theater, Kubilai Khan Investigations, Kwaad Bloed/Ugo Dehaes, fAbuleus, Thierry de Mey, Theater Bremen, Máté Mészáros, Untamed Productions, Notch Company/Oriane Varak and HODWORKS. She is teaching and developing triplewave, a movement practice inviting the dancer to use the mechanics of a wave in the body through different dance styles. She is also the co-founder and driver of the performing arts collective Dope.