WhiteFeather is an internationally recognized Canadian artist and scholar, and PhD in Biological Art through SymbioticA, The University of Western Australia. Her transdisciplinary practice intersects technofeminism, witchcraft, and micro/cellular biology with performance, new media, and craft. Her work is currently exhibited at Duende Art Museum (China) with collaborator, Jiabao Li.
Photo credits: Hugo B. Lefort
Althea Rao is an interdisciplinary artist with a social practice. She examines the production of infrastructure and knowledge via lenses of technology and performance studies. Her works exist as codes of conduct, performative interventions, multimedia installations as well as formal and informal gatherings, composting and dinner parties, repetitive manual labor. Rao is currently a PhD student at DXARTS, University of Washington.
Marko Markovic is artist researcher interested in self organized societies engaged in transformational environments with performative strategies as communication towards public space. He is exploring emphatic relationships between species in extreme living conditions considering sound and body as an impulse for interaction. Currently curator of Galerie Utopia, a hub for art and activism.
Thai artist and engineer Wave Pongruengkiat merges technical prowess with artistic expression, collaborating with local talents to explore the juncture of art and tech. Passionate about posthumanism and animism, he advocates for a deeper connection with nature and AI, bridging tradition with innovation for a sustainable future.
Natalie Jeremijenko is an artist and engineer whose background includes studies in biochemistry, physics, neuroscience and precision engineering. She is an active member of the net.art movement, and her work primarily explores the interface between society, the environment and technology.
Anastasia Mandel, a Performance Artist and Biohacker/Maker with a passion for 80's gore body horror films, merges art with the pioneering research of Swiss physician Marthe Voegeli in male contraceptive methods. She focuses on DIY tools, reproductive rights, and blending medical and social aspects into speculative art for wider dissemination and exploration.
Jenny Besta is a student at the Athens School of Fine Arts with a focus on sculpture. Her work seeks to explore the construct of the self, gender issues and the rigidity of societal structures by examining the body and perception as an intersection of nature and culture.
Georgia Kalogeraki is a student at the Athens School of Fine Arts. Her multidisciplinary art practice incorporates sculpture, drawing, painting, and photography. Intrigued by the profound connection to death and the intricacies of human nature, she delves into themes of mortality and transformation.
Viktoria Koniaeva, with a degree in Foreign Languages, Translation, and Interpreting, now pursues Informatics at Ionian University. A language teacher for 8 years, she explores neuro-linguistics for enhanced language acquisition. Intrigued by Tarot reading and entomology, she symbolically engages with diverse communication methods.
TTTseers are recognized for their unique art practice based research potential in the field of speculative artificial reproduction technologies. They provide their insights throughout the running period of BioFeral.BeachCamp (BFBC).
Ken Rinaldo is internationally recognized for interactive art installations developing hybrid ecologies with animals, algorithms, plants, and bacterial cultures. His practice is a platform for hacking complex social, biological, and machine symbionts. Living systems have always been THE tool to interrogate technology critically; now enacting evolutionary emergent, self-aware, software agents.
Elizabeth Littlejohn is a communications professor, human rights activist, photojournalist, and filmmaker, who focuses on sustainable design. Her work has been shown in film festivals internationally. She directed The City Island, a feature-length documentary about the razing of homes on Toronto Island, and the Islanders’ stewardship of this park system.