Category: Bioart Society

  • 12th New Materialisms conference at Maynooth University, Ireland

    12th New Materialisms conference at Maynooth University, Ireland

    Intersectional Materialisms: Diversity in Creative Industries, Methods and Practices Finally it is here! We are very proud to announce the upcoming 12th New Materialisms conference, held at Maynooth University in Ireland on 26–29 August 2024! Call for Papers We are delighted to announce the forthcoming 12th New Materialisms Conference on “Intersectional Materialisms: Diversity in Creative…

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  • Ecocene 

    Dear Readers, Ecocene has just published its latest issue at https://ecocene.kapadokya.edu.tr. We invite you to check out the Table of Contents here and then visit web site to read articles and items of interest.

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  • Resisting Toxic Climates: Gender, Colonialism, and Environment

    Wed 26 – Thu 27 Jul 2023, 09:00 – 17:30 British Academy/Wellcome Trust Conferences bring together scholars and specialists from around the world to explore themes related to health and wellbeing. Whether it’s the spectacular event of an oil spill or the scarcely perceptible pollution of micro-plastics, toxicity is central to the environmental concerns of today.…

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  • HAUNTED WATERS

    Call for particapation Our friends in the Design + Posthumanism Network has asked us to share this, so of course we do. Haunted Waters: We are collecting stories, histories and material evidence from all over the world about bodies of water that are “haunted” by chemical contamination. We are now in search of people who…

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  • Human-Yeast Interrelations: Publication & Exhibit

    Human-Yeast Interrelations: Publication & Exhibit

    by Olga Timurgalieva, Patrícia Moreira, and Eva Direito The art book, Yeasts as We Do Not Know Them, chronicles the roles of single-celled fungal microbes, mainly yeasts, in human lives. The art project, co-produced by designer Eva Direito, biotechnologist Patricia Moreira, and art researcher Olga Timurgalieva, traces the ways these single-celled fungal microbes are involved in…

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  • Seaside Arts and Low-Trophic Imaginaries: A State of the Art Network Mid-term event

    Seaside Arts and Low-Trophic Imaginaries: A State of the Art Network Mid-term event

    On 30th September and 1st October we will have a pleasure to host the event forming part of the State of the Art Network (SOTAN) activities, which will take place on the island of Ornö in Stockholm Archipelago. It will have a hybrid format (with eight participants on location and others taking part via Zoom)…

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  • Braiding Friction | biofriction

    It is our great pleasure to announce details about the upcoming online event series ‘Braiding Friction’, conceived by the Biofriction network with Hangar.org, Cultivamos Cultura, Galerija Kapelica / Kapelica Gallery and Bioart Society . As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and postponed activities, Biofriction has set up a series of Working Groups and online events. The aim is to answer…

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  • A warm welcome to the new members of our Advisory Board!

    We are very proud and happy to announce that we have some new members of our Advisory Board. They join an already diverse and distinguished crew. Please let us introduce: Martín Ávila Professor in design at the Department of Design, Interior Architecture and Visual Communication, Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design, SE Erich Berger…

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  • Bioart Society: SOLU Space Opening

    [Repost from Bioart Society] SOLU Space opening Dear friends and colleagues, In spring we commemorated together the 10th anniversary of Bioart Society. It is now again time to celebrate big time and with great pleasure, we invite you to the opening of our new SOLU Space. The new SOLU Space is a major component of…

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