Anat Eisenberg has been directing theater, dance and performance for the past 6 years. Her work is developed especially for theatre spaces, galleries, in both cases it invites the audience to take part in the work interactively. She has been presenting original work in European and non-European theaters, in Germany, Iceland, Austria, Belgrade, Israel and Holland and at festivals such as TanzImAugust festival, Hebbel-Am-Ufer Theatre and Idans dance festival in Istanbul. Anat was one of the authors and performers of the performance in NÝLÓ (2012). 

Dögg Mósesdóttir is an Icelandic filmmaker, born in 1979. She grew up in small fishing village, Grundarfjörður, in the west of Iceland. She studied film directing in C.e.c.c. in Barcelona, Spain from2003-2006. Her graduation film Eyja won awards for best music and best director at the Sitges International Film Festival in the New Authors competition. Dögg is the director and founder of The Northern Wave International Short Film Festival and president of WIFT (Women in film and television) in Iceland. She also represents Iceland in the board of Wift Nordic. She is the co-owner of the production company Freyja Filmwork. Dögg is an awarded short film director and has directed documentaries, campaigns, and music videos both in Spain and Iceland. She is currently developing a feature film and a documentary supported by the Icelandic film fund.  She's also the creator of the 10 episode drama series Hugborg produced by Saga film, estimated to go into production in 2018, she will direct part of the series. 

Saga Sigurdardottir has been working as an interpreter and choreographer, dealing with the body as the main tool for questioning art. Amongst her numerous collaborations are Saga’s works with the Reykjavik theater collective Me and My Friends, with choreographers Anat Eisenberg (Berlin), Alexandra Bachzetsis (Zurich) and Margrét Bjarnadóttir (Reykjavik). In 2009 she received the Icelandic Theater Award as “Choreographer of the Year”. Saga is currently a board member of the Reykjavik Dance Atelier and Reykjavik Dance Festival and she has given workshops at university programs and art festivals in Iceland, UK and St Petersburg. Saga was one of the authors and performers of the performance in NÝLÓ (2012) and NORDIC HOUSE (2012). 

Yair Vardi is an independent theater maker, performer, curator and light designer. In 2005 he initiated the "A-Genre" Festival for interdisciplinary performances at Tmu-na Theater in Tel Aviv and he has been curating the festival ever since and in 2011 he initated another festival at the same theater, the Tmu-a Experimental Festival. He has created various performances, installations and theater pieces in the last ten years, which have been performed in Israel, Germany and the UK. Yair was one of the authors and performers of the performance in NÝLÓ (2012).