The practicioners listed below have been selected for Ars Bioarctica residency at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station for 2023-2024. We are happy to welcome such a diverse and multidisciplinary group to Kilpisjärvi!
Jean Danton Laffert Parraguez – visual artist and researcher
Carol Müller – visual artist
Sonjis Laine – dance artist and anthropologist
Hannah Hallam-Eames – artist
Anttoni Halonen – art professional
Ellen Bjerborn – media artist
Alyssa Coffin – interdisciplinary artist
Mateo Mena – interdisciplinary artist
Paula Humberg & Helena Wirta – photo & bio artist | researcher
Elena Ćirković – interdisciplinary legal scholar and artist
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.
The open call for Ars Bioarctica is usually published once a year. We announce the open call on our website and on our social media accounts. You can read more about all things Ars Bioarctica, including previous fellows experiences, on our website.
Photo: Rūta Spelskytė, in Ars Bioarctica residency in 2022.