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26 artists and practitioners selected for Ars Bioarctica residency
posted by Johanna Salmela on 16 December 2020

Bioart Society is happy to announce the selection of artists and practitioners for the 2021–2022 residencies:

Annette Arlander - artist, researcher, and pedagogue
Petra Berg - stage director
Britt Al-Busultan - visual artist
Judith van der Elst - archaeologist and creative entrepreneur
Anette Friedrich Johannessen - multidisciplinary artist
Germini (Kaisu Koski - cross-disciplinary artist and humanities scholar & Peter Lloyd Jones - pathobiologist and studio scientist)
Sabrina Hart - multimedia artist & Laura Kaker - multimedia artist
Sara Ilveskorpi - visuaI artist, art educator, gardener, and beekeeper
Riikka Kaihovaara - writer and documentarist
Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen - visual artist and researcher
Christelle Mas - visual artist
Jaakko Pesonen - artist and architect
Tiina Prittinen - doctoral student
Unna Prittinen - visual artist
Tatu Rönkkö - sound artist and percussionist
Petri Saarikko, visual media artist
Noora Sandgren - visual artist and art educator
Günter Seyfried - artist & Kristin Weissenberger - artist and designer
Alice Smits - curator and researcher
Matti Tainio - visual artist and researcher
Sarah Trahan - educator, artist, and designer
T. Rudzinskaitė Memorial Amateur Lichenologists Society (Tessa Zettel - artist, writer and researcher & Sumugan Sivanesan - anti-disciplinary artist, researcher and writer) 

Ars Bioarctica residency programme has been running since 2009. It is hosted by the Bioart Society in collaboration with the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station of the University of Helsinki. Located in Kilpisjärvi, the residency has an emphasis on the subarctic environment and art and science collaboration. It is open for professional artists, scientists, and art & science research teams at all stages of their careers.

To read about our previous residency guests and their projects, visit https://bioartsociety.fi/projects/ars-bioarctica/posts

Photo by Kati Roover, who stayed in Ars Bioarctica residency in September 2019.