Dr Eva Aymami Rene
I am a scholar, dancer, and choreographer. A Senior Lecturer of Dance at Anglia Ruskin University, my research focuses on performances of political identities. I am collaborating with the FAUST SHOP team and my colleague Kirk Woolford at ARU on the creation of embodied digital characters and moving energies.
I am a digital technologist and web expert. My collaboration with the FAUST SHOP project has been an exploration of how we can mint human souls into NFTs. Terms and conditions apply.
Dr Annja Neumann
I am an artist-researcher, the Isaac Newton Trust Research Fellow in Digital Humanities at CDH and an Affiliated Lecturer in German at the University of Cambridge. I lead the FAUST SHOP project as part of my performance-based research project 'Re-staging public spaces', asking questions about agency, how we co-create public spaces in a digitalised world and what it means to be a digital human.
I work at The Cardozo Kindersley Workshop in Cambridge. This involves letter cutting, graphic design and carving. I designed and curated the visual language for the FAUST SHOP.
I am an MPhil candidate at the University of Cambridge studying Comparative Literature & Culture with a focus on Digital Humanities. My professional background is in the arts and in technology. I am really looking forward to exploring questions of physical embodiment in virtual space and in collaborating with Dr Annja Neumann on the performance-text and staging of the Faust-Shop.
I am collaborating with this project by bringing the ideas online and to life - a digital doula if you will. I am a woman, myself, mom, wife, daughter, sister, aunt, immigrant, activist, website builder, photographer, geek, observer, & participant she/her/hers
I am a PhD Student at the University of Cambridge in the Faculty of English studying the influence of magical myths about King Solomon on the depiction of magicians in early modern theatre. I am also an award-winning playwright and am the Artistic Producer and Research Assistant for The Faust Shop.
Dr Kirk Woolford
I’m an artist, designer and software developer, as well as ARU’s Associate Professor of Creative Technologies and Research Director for the Cambridge School of Creative Industries. My work focuses on relationships between Bodies, Space and Place. I built the virtual sets, characters, and put the pictures on the screens.