TTTlabs BFBC NR-RR GB/BB:TTTlabs BioFeral.BeachCamp (BFBC)

TTTlabs BioFeral.BeachCamps (BFBC) are highly speculative hybrid events of intense co-creation, co-education and co-development. TTTlabs BFBC are multi-person field work experiences that allow time and focus for in-depth play with concepts and practices of: developmental biology & deprogramming, new reproductive technology & rewilding, animal studies, human germline genetic editing, zoe.ferality, performance art & nonhuman enrichment.

Inspired by the conference series Taboo-Transgression-Transcendence in Art & Science, novel experimental perspectives in new reproductive technology, bioart, citizen science, environmental studies, apparatus electronics and body performances are expected to result from collaborating together in a creative working environment of temporary social and communal experimentation. Skillshare sessions, workshops and DIWO collaborations are expected to be self organizing.

TTTlabs BFBC are organized as part of the Feral Labs Network activities, co-funded by the Creative Europe Program of the European Union, and to launch a new Hub based in the Ionian Islands - Greece, supported by the team of the Interactive Arts Lab of the Department of Audio & Visual Arts of the Ionian University.

TTTlabs BFBC workshopology series:

TTTlabs BFBC NR-RR GB/BB | Spring 2023
New Repro-Rebirthing Retreat - Gestalt Bioart/Bodyart on the Beach

TTTlabs BFBC NR-ZS UB/BB | Spring 2024
New Repro-Zombie Studies - Undead Bioart/Bodyart on the Beach

TTTlabs BFBC NR-FO NHB/BB | Fall 2024
New Repro-FlaOctomingopus - Non-Human Bioart/Bodyart on the Beach



Latest News

TTT2023 Malta Program released!
Posted: 20-09-2023 09:25 | Updated: 23-09-2023 11:24
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The complete program of activities of TTT2023 Malta taking place at the Palazzo de la Salle in Valletta on September 26-29th, 2023 has just been published.
Interview with TTT founder Dalila Honorato to Makery
Posted: 20-09-2023 09:18
The article "Taboo-Transgression-Transcendence (TTT): “Rethinking the Wolf” in Malta" with an interview with TTT founder Dalila Honorato by Cherise Fong was just published by Makery.

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Rewilding Cultures
Ionian University


Projekt Atol Institute
Cultivamos Cultura
Catch / Helsingør Kommune
Udruga Radiona
Bioart Society
AVarts Dept
InArts Lab
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