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Johanna Rotko selected for the Tokyo Art & Science Research Residency
The selection commitee unanimously selected visual artist Johanna Rotko for the residency. Johanna is working with living materials mainly different yeasts. She wants to dedicate her residency to research on colored yeast species at the Bioclub Tokyo´s laboratory. The yeast species she is after are used in traditional fermentation processes in the Japanese kitchen and can be found in different Misos but also dried berries and other everyday products in the markets of Tokyo.
25 June 2020
Annual Report 2019
You can download here our Annual Report 2019
25 June 2020
Open Call - Yeastogram workshop with Johanna Rotko
Johanna Rotko will give a workshop where participants learn how to make yeastograms. In this three evening workshop, you will learn to make rasterized images, make a suitable growth medium for yeast and and the process and technology on how to expose the images with UV light.
24 June 2020
#Biofriction
Open Call - BioFutures - A physical narrative workshop
BioFutures – a physical narrative workshop with Tina Auer and Tim Boykett of Time’s Up.        Dates: September 14th -18th 2020        Place: SOLU Space, Luotsikatu 13, 00160 Helsinki Finland Application deadline: August 14th - notice of acceptance by August 20th Application: please send an email with a statement of motivation and a CV to our info address
22 June 2020
#Biofriction
Braiding Friction - a series of online conversations
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and postponed activities, our collaboration project Biofriction is setting up a a series of online conversations to instigate an informed discussion on current situation and possible scenarios.
30 April 2020
SOLU Space is temporarily closed
All SOLU Space events and the Ars Bioarctica residency programme are currently on hold.
29 March 2020
#TokyoArt&ScienceResearchResidency
Open Call: Tokyo Art & Science Research Residency 2020
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 2020. The residency will be hosted by BioClub Tokyo in partnership with the Finnish Institute in Japan.
9 January 2020
#SOLUexhibitions
Open Call for art & science works and workshop for Annantalo in 2020
The Bioart Society and Annantalo Art Centre in Helsinki, Finland are launching an open call for existing artworks and a workshop for a group exhibition to be held in the Annatalo main gallery space as part of the auxiliary program for the Helsinki Biennial 2020.
8 January 2020
#Biofriction
Open Call for Biofriction Residency
Biofriction is an international collaboration project committed to supporting bioart and biohacking practices. We're now looking for projects to be carried out in a residency at Hangar (Barcelona), Cultivamos Cultura (Portugal), Kersnikova Institute (Slovenia) and the Bioart Society (Finland) during 2020. Read more and apply by Febrary 5, 2020!
8 January 2020
#Field_Notes-TheHeavens
Second Order | Blog
During Field_Notes 2019 - The Heavens, five working groups spent one week in and around the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station in Sápmi / Lapland developing, testing and evaluating specific interdisciplinary approaches on questions located above the ground. This blog post was jointly composed by the Second Order group hosted by Ewen Chardronnet.
19 December 2019
#Field_Notes-TheHeavens
AIR | Blog
During Field_Notes 2019 - The Heavens, five working groups spent one week in and around the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station in Sápmi / Lapland developing, testing and evaluating specific interdisciplinary approaches on questions located above the ground. This blog post was jointly composed by the AIR group hosted by Hanna Husberg & Agata Marzecova.
19 December 2019
#Field_Notes-TheHeavens
Strange Weather | Blog
During Field_Notes 2019 - The Heavens, five working groups spent one week in and around the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station in Sápmi / Lapland developing, testing and evaluating specific interdisciplinary approaches on questions located above the ground. This blog post was jointly composed by the Strange Weather group hosted by Marja Helander.
19 December 2019