Anna Siekierska 
Visual artist, co-head of the interdisciplinary drawing studio at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw (Poland), activist involved in grassroots groups for the benefit of nature. Co-author of numerous installations in public space, interdisciplinary projects, activities sensitizing to the lives of other beings. Works with materials such as wood, earth, clay, wax, stone, fabric, metal. She also deals with drawing, photography and film. She spends a lot of time in various thickets and swamps.
Damien Brailly 
Photographer who articulates his work around the notion of territory. He is particularly interested in relationships between the environment and the ones who inhabit it. His photographic series create a documentary aesthetic but also express his subjectivity and open his work to multiple interpretations. Recently he established multiple collaborations with visual artists opening up his work to moving images on the border of documentary film and fiction. 
Elzbieta Iwaszkiewicz-Eggebrecht 
Postdoctoral researcher working within the Insect Biome Atlas project with Prof. Fredrik Ronquist. Within the project, she is developing and implementing novel metabarcoding protocols to describe insect fauna of Sweden and Madagascar. Molecular laboratory is her happy place, but she is also heavily engaged in bioinformatic work and data interpretation. She is based at the Naturhistoriska riksmuseet in Stockholm.
Meike Latz
Scientific illustrator, postdoctoral researcher, and educator, based in Stockholm. Passionate about making science more accessible through visualisations. Creative and educational work targets and promotes the use of effective visualisations in science communication, supporting researchers with creating or providing the tools to create their own. Research work focusses on microbial diversity and its shaping factors in water, soil, and plants. 
This work was produced with the financial assistance of the European Union. The views expressed herein can in no way be taken to reflect the official opinion of the European Union.
Meike Latz was supported by a research grant (34442) from VILLUM FONDEN.