Sharon Reid is Co-owner and Executive Producer at Symbolism Studios, a York-based start up which focuses on immersive and interactive story-telling.
Haiku Salut are an instrumental dream-pop-post-folk-neo-everything trio from the Derbyshire Dales.
Neo Sinoxolo Musangi was born at an undisclosed place in Kenya sometime between 1980 and 1982 but not in 1981 and is an experimental self-taught queer artist whose practice uses performance, text, visual and audio installations.
Gob Squad are a group of UK and German artists who make performances and videos which search for beauty in the everyday, and look for words of wisdom from a passing stranger.
Ola Szmidt is a singer-songwriter, musician, flautist and producer based in York. The Steve Reid Award winner, funded by PRSF and has been mentored by Four Tet.
SLAP was dreamt up, formed and spawned by Lydia Cottrell and Sophie Unwin, two artists who wanted to bring exceptional performances to the city of York.
Davy is an interdisciplinary researcher, focusing upon curiosity as a creative and exploratory process from both design centered and formal, algorithmic, viewpoints.
Tom Smith is a quite visionary in the fields of media arts and social tech. An agitator, innovator and educator, Tom’s living legacy includes the influential school of new media HyperIsland and some of the world’s most-used collaborative tools.
Pearson Sound, a.k.a David Kennedy, is an electronic dance music producer and DJ based in London.
Bright White are the UK’s foremost interpretive designers. Based in York, they connect people, technology and stories to transform our understanding of the past, present and future.
Alexander is working at the cutting edge of British contemporary dance. As artistic director of Alexander Whitley Dance Company, he has developed a reputation for a bold interdisciplinary approach to dance making, producing technologically innovative and thought-provoking stage productions.
Heralded as the ‘essence of London Underground’, Kamaal Williams is the latest project led by prolific South London artist Henry Wu.
Award-winning playwright and producer.