CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS
Case Pyhäjoki - Artistic reflections on nuclear influence
Transdisciplinary expedition, production workshop and events
Location: Pyhäjoki, Finland
Time: 31.7. - 12.8.2013
For whom: artists, activists, scientists, thinkers and doers +
everything in between.
Deadline to apply: 5.5.2013
'Case Pyhäjoki - Artistic reflections on nuclear influence' is a
transdisciplinary artistic expedition, production workshop and
presentation events in Pyhäjoki, North Ostrobothnia, Finland 31st of
July to 12th of August 2013. The sixth nuclear power plant of Finland is
planned to be built at Hanhikivi Cape in Pyhäjoki.
The aim of the project is to explore artistic perspectives on the vast
changes planned in Pyhäjoki, through the planning of a nuclear power
plant at the site, and...
CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS
Application deadline the 22nd of June 2017
We are glad to announce an open call for up to 3 fully funded Ars Bioarctica residencies during autumn 2017 and year 2018 in Kilpisjärvi. We invite applications from artists based in the Nordic and Baltic countries (except Finland) and artist groups with an art&science approach. The residencies are fully funded and supported by the Kulturkontakt Nord Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture.
Since 2010 the Bioartsociety is organizing the ARS BIOARCTICA RESIDENCY PROGRAM together with the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station of the University of Helsinki in the sub-Arctic Lapland. Until now more than 90 artists, scientists, and practitioners have been developing work at the Station on topics related to biology, ecology and life sciences.
The Bioartsociety together with Pixelache are inviting you to participate in
Growing Cellulose - a workshop with Margherita Pevere
1st session 11th November 14-18h
2nd session 18th November 14-18h
Location: Pixelache, Kaasutehtaankatu 1/21 Suvilahti (Rakennus/Building 7) 00540 Helsinki Finland, View Pixelache office location in Google maps
The workshop is free of charge but places are limited to 10 participants. Please sign up by sending an email with a short statement of motivation until 6th of November.
The workshop focuses on the aesthetic potential of microbial cellulose (MB) and the philosophical implications of working with leaking, growing, hybrid bodies in artistic practice. MB is a natural polymer which resembles skin and bodily matter. Once dried, it reminds of paper and...
Call for participants - Merry CRISPR – artistic investigations into CRISPR/Cas9
Merry CRISPR is a workshop produced by the Bioartsociety in collaboration with Biofilia laboratory - Aalto University, and supported by Aalto Univeristy, MA in Ecology and Contemporary Performance and Time and Space Arts (both University of the Arts Helsinki) and TAIKE.
The workshop takes place 11th – 15th of December at the Biofilia laboratory on the Aalto University Campus in Otaniemi/Espoo/Finland.
The participation is free of charge. Participants have to fund their own travel and accommodation but we are happy to provide an invitation letter for funding application purpose.
If you would like to participate in the workshop, please send a brief statement of motivation with a short CV until 31st of...
OPEN CALL for the Tokyo Art & Science Research Residency in Japan
The Bioartsociety is calling for Finnish artists or artists based in Finland to apply for a one month art & science research residency in Tokyo Japan in autumn/winter 2018. The residency will be hosted by BioClub Tokyo in partnership with the Finnish Institute in Japan.
Applications are submitted via our online form including a research plan, portfolio and CV. The submission deadline is 1st of March 2018.
The selection will be made by the board of the Bioartsociety together with BioClub Tokyo and the Finnish Institute in Japan.
The residency will cover local and international travel and accommodation costs, access to workshops and local art & science communities for one artist.
During the residency, the...
Field_Notes – Ecology of Senses is an art&science field laboratory organized by the Bioart Society at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station in Lapland/Finland. Five groups, hosted by Judit van der Elst, Kira O’Reilly, Martin Howse, Marc Dusseiler and Hannah Rogers will work for one week in the sub-Arctic Lapland. We call for a team of collaborators to develop, test and evaluate specific interdisciplinary approaches in relation to the notion of Ecology of Senses.
16th – 23rd September 2018
at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station, Lapland/Finland
Application deadline: 10th of June 2018
Image by Till Bovermann