Agata Murasko

logistics director

Born in Vilnius, Lithuania, Agata recently completed her March Architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture, on the exploration of temporal and the ‘strange’ spatial conditions through the use of film in the design process. While studying in Newcastle University, she has received Professor Douglas Wise Memorial Prize for Best Final Scheme Design Project as well as Trenwith Will Dissertation Prize for Outstanding BA Dissertation her final project was nominated for RIBA Presidents Bronze Medal. She has worked on large scale projects at FARRELLS in London and on small scale installations, performance sets and projects with Stasus, Punchdrunk and Skene Catling de la Pena.

Matteo Mastrandrea

programme director

Matteo is a trainee architect and filmmaker. He completed his Part I with Tom Emerson at Cambridge University (2010) before working for three years in documentary film (for, amongst others, the BBC, BFI and The Open University). During this time he also completed an MSt in Film Aesthetics at Oxford University (2013). His theses and ongoing research explore the conceptual interface and crossover that exists between film and architecture (particularly the notions of ‘worldhood’ and tactility in both disciplines) and his critical writing has been published in both the UK and internationally. He is currently completing his Part II at the Royal College of Art (ADS4) whilst continuing to make films, and is involved in ongoing collaborations with Red Bull, the Royal College of Art and the London School of Architecture.

India Murphy

communications coordinator

India Murphy is an North American curator based in London. She was active as a youth organizer and activist in her native Chicago. She is currently seeking a BA in Culture, Criticism, and Curation at Central Saint Martins. India works with the University of the Arts London Curation Society as events coordinator, and serves as a member of the ICA student forum. She has an enduring interest in the digital humanities, with a focus on how online and offline spaces interact and influence each other.

Morgan Gabereau


Writer, Producer and Programmer Morgan Gabereau has been involved in media creation, cultural festivals and strategic communications/public affairs for over 30 years. For the 40th anniversary of IMAX Corporation he curated and co-produced a retrospective of 25 70mm films. Clients have included major broadcasters, film studios and a variety of independent production companies, along with IBM Deep Computing, OECD, The Young President’s Organization and The Nature Conservancy.