Member Catalogue 2022 launched
posted by Milla Millasnoore on 10 November 2022

The new edition of the Member Catalogie 2022 is now available on our website. We are privileged and honored for the number of members who wanted to include their work in this edition of the Member Catalogue. The Bioart Society currently has over 120 members.

The members featured in this edition of the Catalogue include Ulla-Maija Alanen, Tuike & Simo Alitalo, Bartaku, Leah Beeferman, Laura Beloff, Erich Berger, Till Bovermann, Oron Catts, Charli Clark, Jaime Culebro Camacho, Anna Dumitriu, Antye Greie, Lilli Haapala, Taru Happonen, Ove Holmqvist, Maria Huhmarniemi, Paula Humberg, Sara Ilveskorpi, Aleksi Jaakkola, Mari Keski-Korsu, Timo Kokko, Kaisu Koski, Paula Kramer, Tuomas A. Laitinen, Teemu Lehmusruusu, Anne Lehtelä, Pia Lindman, Lauri Linna, Minna Långström, Merja Markkula, Christelle Mas, Sirja Moberg, Ines Montalvao, Kasperi Mäki-Reinikka, Kira O’Reilly, Anu Osva, Marcus Petz, Margherita Pevere, Piibe Piirma, Marietta Radomska, Hannah Star Rogers, Johanna Rotko, Jussi Saivo, Noora Sandgren, Silja Selonen, Christina Stadlbauer, Tarja Tella, Antti Tenetz, Emilia Tikka, Tarja Trygg, Tiina Vainio, Ionat Zurr, elle, Laura Lowe, Niina Brandt, Anette Arlander, Henrika Ylirisku, Lorenzo Li Greci.

The Member Catalogue is used to promote the work of the Bioart Society. It is a valued resource often utilized by both Finnish and international curators and other art professionals. It also obviously benefits the members who can introduce their work to curators, fellow artists and practicioners and to the wider public. Overall, the Catalogue is a nifty tool for anyone interested in knowing more about transdisciplinary practices combining science and art and the magnificent work of the artists and practicioners who dwell in all things bioart.

The catalogue was designed and produced by our previous intern, Genietta Varsi. The photos are courtesy of the artists.

Bioart Society welcomes Finnish and Finland-based artists, scientists, and other practitioners as its members. International applications are only accepted from practitioners who have (had) a working relationship with the Society, for instance via residency or participation in other activities. More info about membership here.