Judit Peter is the curator and founder of Budapest-based Vulkán: an independent gallery, publisher and workshop space, committed to supporting the unique artists working in the underground print, zine, and comic art scene in Central/Eastern Europe and the South Balkan area.
Peter Marton is an experimental sound artist, instrument builder, and synth building instructor at Pecs University. He has played widely at festivals, technivals, exhibitions and clubs throughout Europe.
Marti Sipos is a cultural organizer who has spent the last 10 years working with various social and cultural NGOs and civil society organ in Budapest. She is co-founder of BARTR.
Atilla Stark is an illustrator, painter and graphic designer. His body of work includes paintings, posters, comics, films and books, sometimes published under the name Kulo or Kulo City. He is founding member of 1000%, a well-known artist collective with origins in street art.
Lucia Udvardyova is a journalist, curator and sound artist. She is co-founder of Easterndaze, a project that documents underground music cultures in Central and Eastern Europe and electronic record label Baba Vanga. She has written extensively on culture, society and art in the Central and East European region.
Ricsi Orosz is a painter, printmaker, designer, and founding member of 1000% street art collective and Vulkan studio. As a printmaker, he works primarily with silkscreen and holds the print-focussed workshops.
Árpi Szigeti is a printmaker, publisher, painter, and designer. He founded the first risograph studio in Budapest, Hurrikan Press, where he prints limited edition pamphlets, zines, comics, and books.
Kate Syme-Lamont is a cultural organizer and economic migrant. She has a master's in East European politics, sidelines as a writer, and has a background in various cultural and entrepreneurial pursuits in Budapest. She is co-founder of BARTR.