Collective Gangplank was initiated by Bruno Pocheron, ans is currently conjointly developped by: Florian Bach (Switzerland), Susanne Beyer (Germany), Peter Böhm (Austria), Judith Depaule (France), Boris Hauf (Austria, GB), Olivier Heinry (France), Kimberley Horton (USA / Germany), Maika Knoblich (Germany), Jan Maertens (Belgium), Conrad Noack (Germany), Bruno Pocheron (France/ Germany), Nadia Ratsimandresy (France / Italy), Isabelle Schad (Germany), Mehdi Toutain-Lopez (France / Germany), Jan Van Gijsel (Belgium), Ruth Waldeyer Germany), Dragana Zarevska (Macedonia).
During the past two years, about twenty European productions used the tools developped during gangplank workshops, such as a video converter towards matrixes and DMX, MIDI controls towards Lanbox, audio samples (8x8 matrix) spatialization with Ambisonics, a synchronous multimedia reader (audio, video and light) and the mapping of DMX data towards sound treatments

Residencies : Pact-Zollverein Essen (July 2009), Ausland Berlin (June 2010), Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers (June 2011), Pact-Zollverein Essen (July 2011).