Eva Gonzalez-Sancho is curator, director of the FRAC Burgundy in Dijon since May 2003. Before that, she ran the art project office "Etablissement d’en face projects" in Brussels (1998-March 2003), undertook projects as an independent curator and gave classes in the History of Exhibitions at the University of Metz. Since 200, she has been developing Legal Space/Public Space, a research project dealing with the construction of the public space.
Her exhibition and acquisitions policy at the FRAC Burgundy is organized around the many different questions today being raised by the public space. Architecture and urbanism, private space and public space, legislation and individual freedom and then exhibition space, all lie at the heart of her concerns. Evidence lies in the acquisitions of works (and exhibitions) by Guillaume Leblon, Lara Almarcegui, Pedro Cabrita Reis, Jonas Dahlberg, Gaylen Gerber, Ann Veronica Janssens Koenraad Dedobbeleer, Peter Downsbrough .
Dora García (Valladolid Spain, 1995) studied Fine Arts at the University of Salamanca (Spain), and the
Rijksakademie in Amsterdam (Holland). She lives and works in Brussels (Belgium), and her particular field of interest deals with the creation of situations or context that serve to alter the traditional relationship between artist, artwork, and spectator. Since 1999 she has created several works on the Web (doragarcia.net).She has exhibited at the Manifesta 19998, Luxembourg (Luxembourg), and Istanbul Biennial (Turkey) 2003, at the SMBA in Amsterdam (Holland), the MACBA in Barcelona (Spain), and the FRAC Lorraine in Metz (France). She is preparing now solo projects in the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid (Spain), the FRAC Bourgogne (France), the MUSAC, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, León (Spain), the SMAK, Ghent (Belgium) and the Galerie für Zeitgenössiche Kunst in Leipzig (Germany), for the year 2005
Albert di Stefano.
Vít Havránek (1971) is an theoretician and organizer based in Prague. Since 2002 working as a project leader of the initiative for contemporary art tranzit. He worked as a curator for the National Gallery in Prague and Municipal Gallery, Prague. He lectures in contemporary art at the Academy of Applied Arts,
Prague. He has curated and co-curated number of exhibitions, wrote texts and has been editor of books and catalogues.
A series of discussion has been arised on the ocassion of the exhibition NATURalia – Collections sans frontires /galerie Futura/ and has been organised in collaboration between: tranzit – Institut Francais de Prague – Futura gallery - FRAC