Steve Bisson is an Italo-Belgian curator, critic, and publisher working mainly in the field of visual anthropology and literacy. Over the past 15 years, Steve has collaborated worldwide with artists, companies, museums, foundations, schools, and galleries and contributed to over 50 exhibitions and festivals as an attempt to support young talents, and raising awareness about the human conditions. Steve founded, respectively in 2009 and 2012, two online publishing projects Urbanautica and Filmessay to enhance lifelong learning, participatory art, communities fortification. Since 2017 is the co-director of Move Cine Arte Film Festival.
Lisanne van Happen is a Dutch freelance
curator, producer and fundraiser specialized in the field of documentary photography with a particular interest in social issues. Over the last five years, she has worked for the art academy AKV|St.Joost, Docking Station and was involved in several collaborations with photographers and other creative professionals. Lisanne has co-curated and produced several exhibitions and programs at FOTODOK such as Beyond Us and Them (2017), Belief, on the Move (2016) and There is Something about my Family (2016).
Rodrigo Orrantia is an art historian and photography curator based in London. His practice has focused on commissioning and producing printed and online content around art photography practices in Latin America and the UK. His main interest at the moment is building networks of institutions working with photography (archives, museums and galleries, universities) to coordinate projects, produce innovative content, and find new platforms and audiences for photography. Project manager and curator, developing art photography projects, exhibitions and publications for corporate and private collectors, as well as private and public institutions. Art-directing and coordinating an itinerant photography exhibition for nine major museums and galleries in the United Kingdom, including the National Media Museum, Manchester Museum of Science and Industry, Mshed, Street Level Photoworks and the Science Museum in London. Rodrigo has been a nominator for the Prince Claus Award and a juror for Photolucida’s Critical Mass portfolio review. In 2014, Rodrigo was nominated for the Fondazione Prada and Qatar Museums’ Authority Curate Award, for a project on Latin American Art, bringing together photography, music and street art.