• Visual artist. Born in Malta, Joseph Calleja relishes the process of negotiation and interdependence between the essential and the liminal in art practice. His collaborations evidence a skilled multidisciplinary approach to his engagements. His work has been the subject of numerous awards and recognition by bodies such as (Saatchi, Channel4, RA, RSA, ACM) and artists such as Katie Paterson and Tacita Dean.

    Odekrom stems out of curious chat and a fascination to work with another. Calleja and Clare Ghigo (mezzo soprano) started this chat informally in the early months of 2019, when Clare approached Joseph with an interesting proposal to start a collaboration towards the anniversary of the Theresienstadt Ghetto. In return Joseph suggested to Clare to start exploring each other's vocabulary by making a work for a project initiated by Lateral Lab called Ways of Thinking for the Tokyo Olympiad 2020. During this initial phase they developed an audio visual approach to their collaborations. Their first two collaborative pieces have attracted support from Lateral Lab, Creative Scotland, British Council, and Arts Council Malta.


  • Hsiaochi Chang

    Illustrator. Born in Taiwan, based in Taipei. Her illustration style is whimsical and playful. She is often inspired by the humorous situations she encounters in daily life. What drives her to create is the desire to play and express emotions. A majority of her artworks are illustrated for children.
    And, She loves black tea latte.


  • Born 1987,lives and works in Singapore. Visual artist working in film, performance and installations. Chen is fascinated with the body politic and looks at the echoes of ideology and biopower through its behaviors, habits and rituals. He has presented at Art Encounters Biennial 2019, Singapore Biennale 2019, Bangkok Art Biennale 2018, NTU-CCA Singapore (Singapore, 2017), FRAC Des Pays De La Loire in France (Nantes, France 2015), Art Stage Singapore 2017 and Singapore International Film Festival 2016. He is the recipient of the 2017 National Arts Council’s Young Artist Award.

  • Photo by Lalo & Eva
    Photo by Lalo & Eva
    Charlotte de Cock

    Flemish-based painter, traveler, and musician. "In a time when multi-hyphenated careers are commonplace and avant-garde movements have been smoothly co-opted by a process of commodification and commercialization, it is difficult to separate or tease out the actual threads of true creativity and grit" said de Cock. Where much of the art, music and entertainment worlds have combined and coalesced into a throbbing, teeming mass of pop culture, marketing, over-stimulation and over-consumption, de Cock is a breath of fresh air.

    And now she has multiplied herself into more personalities, changing one’s appearance very often…hentai hyakushutsu. When roughly translated word for word, it means ‘changing one’s appearance one hundred times’. hentai (変態 / へんたい) means "transformation" or "metamorphosis" and hyakushutsu (百出 / ひゃくしゅつ) means "arise in great numbers."


  • Artist Initiative commandN was started in 1997 by members active in artistic and cultural activities. The group took on the name of the Macintosh shortcut key “command+N.” Under the concept of an “artist initiative”, numerous projects have been brought to the city center through independent planning and operation by artists themselves. In 2010, it went on to become a general non-profit organization. In 2017, the organization held its 20th anniversary exhibition “Open the New page!” at 3331 Arts Chiyoda, Tokyo.