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Sarah Lewis-Cappellari is a researcher, dramaturg, and educator whose work engages the interface of performance, contemporary art, colonial visual economies, and Black and Caribbean Studies. Based in Berlin for several years, she worked with the art & science collective Mobile Academy Berlin as one of the collective’s primary curators and researchers. Sarah has also researched and worked with collaborative art practices as a member of the art collective Lewis Forever (which presented work amongst other places at PS122 and the New Museum in NYC), independently with SOIT in Brussels, Agora and Sophiensaele in Berlin, and Tanzhaus NRW in Düsseldorf. Her current research delves into the material and symbolic resonance of sugar to see what this 'tastemaker' elucidates about practices of racialization while exploring potentialities of consuming sugar differently.

Calixto Neto is originally from Recife, Brazil, and has been living in France since 2013. He trained in theater at the Federal University of Pernambuco, then in dance at the Experimental Dance Group, in Recife, before taking the master's degree in choreography ex.e.r.ce at the CCN of Montpellier. During his studies, he created the solo petites explosions as well as the duet Pipoca, with Bruno Freire. oh!rage, his second solo, gives visibility to minority bodies and identities and is interested in "peripheral" dances. Member of Lia Rodrigues' company from 2007 to 2013, Calixto Neto is also a performer in the creations of Anne Collod, Mette Ingvartsen, Eve Magot (formerly Kevin Jean) or Luiz de Abreu, whose famous piece O Samba do Crioulo Doido he reenacted in 2020 as part of the Panorama festival at the CND in Pantin. In May 2021 he created Outrar upon the invitation of Lia Rodrigues during the Kunstenfestivaldesarts, in Brussels. In 2021, he premiered Feijoada. In 2022, he launched Crazy Evil Night, a project around the life and work of Julius Eastman, in the frame of Kunstenfestivaldesarts, followed in 2023 by the solo IL FAUX.