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A Rocky Mountain Expedition in Art and Biology
Program dates: July 20, 2011 – July 31, 2011
Application deadline: May 10, 2011
Faculty: Jennifer Willet – Canada
Senior Artists/Scientists: Iain Baxter& – Canada, Dr. Bulent Mutus – Canada, Angus Leech – Canada, Marie Pier Boucher – Canada, Zoot Derks – Netherlands, Marta De Menezes – Portugal, Tagny Duff – Canada, Kurt Illerbrun – Canada, Jeanette Groenendaal – Netherlands, Tokio Webster – Canada, Paul Vanouse – U.S.A., Adam Zaretsky – U.S.A.
BioARTCAMP is a hybrid workshop/symposium/performance event where artists, scientists, theorists, filmmakers, and students will work together to build a portable laboratory in Banff National Park. Participants will contribute to the general construction of an art/science field research station at Castle Mountain, an offsite and outdoors location. A variety of collaborative art actions and projects will be conducted in the outdoor laboratory. Senior artists will present bioartworks within a camping/laboratory context at a public art/science fair event hosted live at the Castle Mountain location. The two-week residency will conclude at The Banff Centre with a symposium and panel discussion including all participants.
Who should attend
Senior participating artists and scientists have already been selected to join this project; however applications for student participants in BioARTCAMP are being accepted until May 10, 2011.
Four Canadian post-secondary students (or recent graduates) with interest and/or experience in bioart will be selected to participate as apprentices in BioARTCAMP. These students will contribute to the smooth running of BioARTCAMP, assist senior artists with their research, and receive feedback on their own work from senior participants.
Individuals who wish to attend the public BioARTCAMP art/science fair and the BioARTCAMP symposium are welcome to participate as audience members. For more information, please contact email@example.com
BioARTCAMP is hosted by Jennifer Willet and INCUBATOR: Hybrid Laboratory at the Intersection of Art, Science and Ecology at the University of Windsor, and Film & Media at The Banff Centre. Tokio Webster is the BioARTCAMP project manager. We are grateful to our supporters: SSHRC, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada; Hostelling International; and The Art and Genomics Centre, at The University of Leiden.