Mária Júdová is interested in applying the choreographic thinking to practice of digital artists and vice versa. During her studies at the department of Digital media at Academy of Arts in Slovakia, followed by the department of Installation and performance at École de recherche graphique in Brussels, she became particularly interested in exploring the intersection of digital and performance arts, which resulted in numerous dance on camera movies. Later on, she has been researching at FAMU Center for Audiovisual studies in Prague, taking a critical perspective on the common algorithmic approach to visualize the moving body. Andrej Boleslavský is exploring creative potential of digital technology by working within new media art, interactive design, physical computing and 3D printing. His practice include independent artistic creation, collaborations as a technologist, lecturing workshops and curating. He has exhibited at Arte Laguna in Venice, Signal festival in Prague, 3D Print Show in NY and WRO festival in Wroclaw, Editions of Light Vol.II in Prague, Poolloop festival in Zürich, V&A and Somerset House in London among others. In addition to his work he is actively involved in technological solutions for other Czech and foreign artists, for instance in installation for Expo Milano 2015.