The organization of these events is an equal opportunities initiative and ensures that its selection procedures by a qualified international selection committee do not discriminate on any ground such as sex, race, colour, ethnic or social origin, genetic features, religion or belief, political or any other opinion, membership of a national minority, property, birth, disability, age, gender identity or sexual orientation. Selection criteria are the proposed project and relevant experience to the object of the call demonstrated in the application form.
As part of the normal process of TTTlabs BFBC NR-ZS skillshares and/or discussions biomedia and body in performance, actions and experiments may contain explicit descriptions of, or may advocate simulations of, or experimental enactment of unorthodox behavior. Should your sensibilities be offended at any time, you are free to leave the site without judgment. Feral Labs are social experiments dedicated to a balance between respect for difference and free expression in comments and acts. Temporary autonomy comes with experimental openness and can lead to conflict that should be resolved in non-dogmatic ways. Fluid non-normative ethics allows for acceptable breadth in the range of human behavior, the nature of the forbidden and the aesthetics of liminality.
Lodging is provided free of charge (see Location). Some food is provided but residents are expected to contribute to food preparation and house cleaning. Be ready to purchase some of your own sustenance and share at will.
Due to medical privacy, we can only request for you to let us know about any health issues you may want to share with us. You may have to show proof of health insurance even if it is just a policy or European Health Insurance Card (for EU citizens) for the length of your stay.
TTTlabs BioFeral.BeachCamp is not on the beach. It is near the beach. You can walk there.
Participants are required to follow the official protocol on COVID-19 that is given by the Greek Health Authorities at the time of residency.
The activities developed during TTTlabs will be documented for archiving and dissemination purposes.
ART (Assisted Reproduction Technology) Training is Informal and Harms No Humans
The technology involved will be used with ART medical manikins, speculative future artificial insemenatin/fertilization and/or analogical living organisms/objects/embryos. Beyond the hands-on practice, lectures, protocols, VR videos, how-to videos and performative metaphors will be the extent of the skill-share. It is expected that the participants will convey some of the basic principles, practices, materials, methods as well as risk factors, bioethical conundrums and future potentials and social complications related to artificial reproduction technology.