Kasperi Mäki-Reinikka

BIO Kasperi Mäki-Reinikka (b. 1987) is a Helsinki-based media artist and a doctoral candidate at Aalto University. His practice is based on collaboration between different fields of art, science and technology. Mäki-Reinikka is the founder of the interdisciplinary art collective Brains on Art that combines art and science in interactive installations. Generative methods, AI-systems and […]
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Minna Långström

BIO Minna Långström is a media artist and filmmaker from Helsinki, Finland. Her artistic work consists of films as well as cinematic installations with focus on social perspectives on technologically mediated narratives and visual technologies, as well as certain political histories and their cinematic influences on the present. The intuitive experience and role of the […]
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Saša Spačal

BIO Saša Spačal is a post-media artist working at the intersection of living systems research, contemporary and sound art. Her work focuses primarily on the posthuman condition, where human beings exist and act as one of many elements in the ecosystem and not as sovereigns. Therefore abandoning the Cartesian system of classification and accepting the […]
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Robertina Šebjanič

Robertina Šebjanič, based in Ljubljana, is an internationally exhibited and awarded artist. Her art-research focus is since several years into cultural, (bio)political, chemical and biological realities of aquatic environments, which serves as a starting point to investigate and tackle the philosophical questions on the intersection of art, technology and science. Her ideas and concepts are […]
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Christian de Lutz

BIO Christian de Lutz is a curator and visual artist, originally from New York. As co-founder and co-director of Art Laboratory Berlin he has curated over 40 exhibitions and many talks workshops and seminars, including the series Time and Technology, Synaesthesia, [macro]biologies & [micro]biologies, and Nonhuman Subjectivities. His curatorial work focuses on the interface of […]
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Regine Rapp

BIO Regine Rapp is an art historian, curator and co-director of Art Laboratory Berlin. Her research focuses on art in the 20th and 21st century: Installation Art, the Artist Book, and Art & Science Collaborations. As a research associate at Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle she taught art history. As co-founder of Art Laboratory Berlin (2006) […]
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