an art&science field laboratory about converging ecologies by Bioartsociety

(sonic) Wild Code

Hosts: Antye Greie aka AGF

Participants: Till Bovermann, Dinah Bird, Anja Erdmann, Kristina Lindström, Vygandas Vegas Simbelis, Caspar Ström

As humans we inhabit a hybrid ecology and as such we are part of the biological and technological ends of our world. In recognizing this, one can state that it is our responsibility to connect both peripheries to develop ethical and respectful forms of co-existence and ideally beneficial interaction. >>>

Encounters in a layered landscape - mapping Hybrid Ecology

Hosts: Antti Tenetz

Participants: Theun Karelse, Maia Iotzova, Lori Hepner, Anssi Laiho, Piibe Piirma, Peter Flemming

The Hybrid Ecology mapping group will put the thought vehicle of Hybrid Ecology into practice. The group explores the Kilpisjärvi hybrid ecology in space and over time - from the first fragments of life to the latest technology. >>>

PostNatural - Hybridization, Intention, and the Alteration of Living Things

Hosts: Richard Pell and Lauren Allen of the Center for PostNatural History

Participants: Laura Beloff, Åsa Ståhl, Andrea Roe, Cathrine Kramer, Zack Denfeld, Erik Sandelin

The PostNatural group will focus on the notion of intention when we consider hybrid and other human-manipulated species and habitats. We have defined PostNatural as the intentional alteration of an organism’s inherited traits. >>>

Second Order

Hosts: Lea Schick

Participants: Hannah Rogers, Jens Hauser, Maren Richter, Anna-Katharina Laboissière, Miguel Santos, Tiina Prittinen

The second order group will have a different working model then the rest. It will be composed of philosophers, theorists and other suitable practitioners, who will be embedded into the other groups. >>>

Seven Senses on the Land (SSOTL)

Hosts: Marko Peljhan and Matthew Biederman of the Arctic Perspective Initiative (API) together with Leena Valkeapää

Participants: Netta Norro, Stephan Dudeck, Avner Peled, Judith van der Elst, Jose Marcos Perez Diaz, Alia Malley, Charli Clark

Complex ecological networked systems can be observed, read and navigated by employing Intuition and Technology. Artists, hunters and herders, tactical media workers and scientists will be joining forces to develop, deploy, use and question enhanced sensing systems and methods. >>>
SEPT 2015
an art&science field laboratory about converging ecologies by Bioartsociety