Daniela Labra is an independent curator and art critic. PhD in History and Art Criticism at the PPGAV/ EBA/UFRJ – Graduate Program on Visual Arts/School of Fine Arts/Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. She has developed projects on curatorship, critical writing and research with emphasis on contemporary production. She has acted mainly on the themes: modern and contemporary Brazilian art, history and aesthetic production of the global South, as well as performance. She lives and works in-between Rio de Janeiro and Berlin.
Yudi Rafael is a researcher and curator, a doctoral student in cultural studies at Columbia University, where he has currently conducted research on Asian Diasporas and cultural identity in Brazil and the Americas. He was co-curator of the project Cambridge Artistic Residence (2016), at the Cambridge Hotel Squatter, and has held several curatorships in São Paulo in the recent years, having worked in spaces such as Ateliê397, Oficina Cultural Oswald de Andrade and Sesc Belenzinho.