Bioart Society (Helsinki, Finland) is a Helsinki-based association developing, producing and facilitating activities around art and natural sciences with an emphasis on biology, ecology and life sciences. It runs SOLU Space, an artistic laboratory and platform for art, science and society in Katajanokka, Helsinki, and – together with the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station of the University of Helsinki – Ars Bioarctica, an art & science program with focus on the sub-arctic environment.

Bonniers Konsthall (Stockholm, Sweden) is a venue for Swedish and international contemporary art in the centre of Stockholm.
Since the start in 2006, Bonniers Konsthall has exhibited and discussed contemporary art from all over the world.

Färgfabriken (Stockholm, Sweden) has, since its founding in 1995, served as a platform for contemporary cultural expressions, with an emphasis on art, architecture and urban planning. In many of our projects and exhibitions, both in Sweden and abroad, we have developed methods with the purpose of exploring and trying to understand the complexities of our constantly changing world. Färgfabriken is driven by a desire to reflect upon the heterogeneous and multicultural world we live in. We want to test the limits of what an art space is, and could become.

Interdisciplinary Posthuman Research Centre (University of Lodz, Poland), founded by Katarzyna Ostalska and Justyna Stepien 

Kajman Media AB, Lotten Wiklund, science communicator and journalist (Stockholm, Sweden).

Public Art Agency Sweden/Statens konstråd (Stockholm, Sweden) explores and develops the interaction between contemporary art and public spaces. Through site-specific art, temporary interventions, urban development projects as well as discussions and publications, we strive to contribute to the development of both contemporary art and public spaces.