Dmitry Bykov — русский писатель, поэт и публицист, литературный критик, радио- и телеведущий, журналист, преподаватель литературы, кинокритик. Политический мыслитель и активист, оппозиционно настроенный к высшей федеральной власти в России и президенту Путину.Биограф Бориса Пастернака, Булата Окуджавы, Максима Горького и Владимира Маяковского. Совместно с Михаилом Ефремовым регулярно издавал литературные видеовыпуски в рамках проектов «Гражданин поэт» и «Господин хороший».
Aidan Salakhova — is an Azeri and Russian artist, gallerist and public person. In 1992 she founded the Aidan Gallery in Moscow. Salakhova's works can be found in many private and state collections including the State Tretyakov Gallery, the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, the Ekaterina Cultural Foundation, Francois Pinault Foundation, Teutloff Museum and the Boghossian Foundation; in private collections of I. Khalilov, P-K. Broshe, T. Novikov, V. Nekrasov, V. Bondarenko and others. At the 2011 Venice Biennale, Salakhova's name hit the headlines when her work was politically censored.
Boris Yukhananov — is a Russian director of theatre, video, cinema and TV, a theatre educator and theorist. He is currently the Artistic Director of the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre, Moscow. He was a pioneering figure in Russia’s underground art movement in the 1980s and 1990s and was one of the founders of the Soviet Parallel Cinema movement, which provided an alternative cinema to that which was produced by the state. His recent major works include a radical interpretation of Maurice Maeterlinck’s The Blue Bird, the opera serial Drillalians and the two-part The Constant Principle. Founder of the new processualism movement, a methodology and artistic strategy that posits theatre as the focal point of all forms of art involving every aspect of time, whether it be cinema, a musical concert or performance art.