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North AiR call open
“To be entangled is not simply to be intertwined with another, as in the joining of separate entities, but to lack an independent, self-contained...
Erich Berger | 15 November 2018
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Tokyo Bioart
Tokyo is a city of the future. You can find almost anything you can imagine, I feel. Reaching places by train, takes an hour at least, no matter...
Christina Stadlbauer | 4 November 2018
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Travel from Kyoto to Yamaguchi
Kyoto - already the sound of this place makes us associate many things - old capital of Japan and residence of the emperor, Geishas and their...
Christina Stadlbauer | 23 October 2018
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Concealed Landscape
In Search for the Lost Chord i.e. Unveiling the Properties of Parallel Landscape (-s) via Processes and Techniques of Dream Yoga and Lucid Dreaming...
Jussi Saivo | 21 October 2018
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Arrival and Orientation
Arriving in a 10Mio+metropolis after a long flight is always a challenge. Japan luckily, is welcoming in the way that it is organised, clean, safe...
Christina Stadlbauer | 19 October 2018
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Elizabeth McTernan - exhibition and project from Ars Bioarctica Residency
Bioart Society is delighted to share the research of Elizabeth McTernan, an artist-in-residence at Ars Bioarctica Residency in 2017 who presented...
Erich Berger | 26 September 2018
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Site-Specific Listening:Tarot of Lapland
I arrived to the residency with absolutely no idea on what to do during the two weeks. My baggage was lost by the airline and I had very limited...
Alessandro Perini | 19 September 2018
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Popu Popu: Power to the Populations
Adam Zaretsky, Helen Chandler, Blu Zaretsky, Kira deCoudres, Hege Tapio and Marita Isobel Solberg July 2-20, 2018 Popu popu collective brings...
Adam Zaretsky | 20 July 2018
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Arizona State University BioArt Course: from the Sonoran Desert to the Arctic
The science and art students from Arizona State University had a wonderful and productive visit to Kilpisjärvi Biological Station in June. The...
Becky Ball | 17 July 2018
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In Between, in Kilpisjärvi
In Between, in Kilpisjärvi In flamenco, the dancer is torn between the sky and the ground: the earth pulls you down and you stomp and struggle...
Tiina Prittinen | 12 May 2018
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Typologies of Scale
Typologies of Scale by Tobias Feltus| 6th-20th July 2017
I didn’t know what to expect, what I discovered was great contrast in scale, between...
Lauren Hayes | 28 April 2018
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Katoava kalotti - Kilpisjärven Residenssissä
Työryhmä Kilpisjärvellä: Satu Tuittila, koreografi TiinaVainio, kuvataiteilija Janne Kilpiö ja Sofia Koittola, tanssijat Residenssimatkan tarkoitus...
Satu Tuittila | 9 April 2018