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Time and River are alike | Dec 11th – Jan 30th @SOLU
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Crossroads – Book Launch & Seminar
12 Dec 2019 11:30 — 16:30
Crossroads – New Views on Art and Environment offers a kaleidoscopic view of artistic practices that respond to the complex, at times contradictory entity that we choose to call “environment”. The book is co-published by the Finnish Cultural Institute in New York and The Academy of Fine Arts at the University of the Arts Helsinki, and edited by Ilari Laamanen. The publication will be launched in a seminar hosted by Bioart Society at the SOLU Space in Katajanokka on 12th of December, 2019.
A. P. Møller Foundation - Strengthening Nordic/Baltic Collaborations
Since its establishment in 2008, the Bioart Society has been producing and facilitating trans-disciplinary collaboration between art and science both in Finland and internationally. One strong emphasis has been on Nordic-Baltic collaborations, and thanks to the generous support of the A. P. Møller Fonden we can continue developing those relations.
4 December 2019
Christina Stadlbauer: Narratives of Imperfection – Finissage
30 Nov 2019 15:00 — 17:00
Join us for the finissage of Christina Stadlbauer's exhibition Narratives of Imperfection on Saturday, November 30! Tervetuloa viettämään kanssamme Narratives of Imperfection -näyttelyn päätöstilaisuutta lauantaina 30.11.!
Time and River are alike
SOLU Space, Luotsikatu 13   The exhibition features works by Leena and Oula A. Valkeapää, Tarja Tella, Silvia Ploner & Nicolas Perret and Alice Smits.
28 November 2019
22 Artists and Practitioners Selected for Ars Bioarctica Residency
The Bioart Society is happy to announce the selection of artists and practitioners for 2020–2021 residencies
26 November 2019
SOLU INVOKATION + Portal opening Litany
On the occasion of the opening of SOLU Space our esteemed colleagues and friends Kira O'Reilly and Ava Greyson performed a ritual to invoke the qualities, hopes and aspirations of the ‘SOLU Temple’ and to perform the opening and sealing rites for the mysterious '‘interdimensional portal’ the opening to which is located in the kitchen area.
9 November 2019
Listening Waters
During my Ars-Bioarctica residency at the Kilpisjärvi Biology Stationthe first weekI was taking part of Field Notes 2019 in a group Strange Weather. It was intence and inspiring week to dive into different layers and stories of the area. But it was too short time to understand more than fragments of different knowledges...
Guest post | Kati Roover | 25 October 2019
Bioart News from Tokyo
Since 2018, the Bioart Society has collaboratedwith the Finnish Institute in JapanandBioClub Tokyo,running the Tokyo Art & Science Research Residency. Our current artist-in-residence is Emilia Tikka, whohas beenfocusing on CRISPR technology,Yamanaka factorsand non-western perspectives on longevity during her...
23 October 2019
Christina Stadlbauer: Narratives of Imperfection
Christina Stadlbauer: Narratives of Imperfection
November 8–30, 2019
SOLU Space, Luotsikatu 13
WED12–17h |THU12–19h |FRI12–17h |SAT-SUN12–16h

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Welcome to the exhibition opening on Thursday, November 7from 17–19h! As part of her art practice Christina Stadlbauer explores breakage and repair,...
13 October 2019
Ecologists at Risk @ SOLU: Mohamed Jawad Husein Hameed
Join us for a talk byMohamed Jawad Husein Hameed,a Bahraini musician and singer and the firstArtist and Ecologist at Risk Resident at AR-Safe Haven Helsinki. Friday, October 25, 2019, 18–20h
SOLU Space, Luotsikatu 13 - - Mohamed Jawad Husein Hameed is a Bahraini environmental activist and musician. Jawad, as he likes to...
12 October 2019
Artist Talk: Pekka Niskanen & Mohamed Sleiman Labat
Join us for a talk byPekka Niskanen and Mohamed Sleiman Labat,artists behind PhosFATE project!

Tuesday, October 8, 2019, 17–19h
SOLU Space, Luotsikatu 13 - - "Exhaustion and processing of finite resources such as phosphate hasconsequencesfor both humans and the environment. Large amounts of man-made phosphate processing...
1 October 2019
Microworlds Residency
The surrounding of Kilpisjärvi is host to many “microworlds” — relatively small places like rocks, small ponds, or streams that gather a relatively big variety of plants, mushrooms and animals around themselves. As a sound artist, I am interested in the biophony and soundscape (“how does it sound?”) of such microworlds....
6 September 2019