Christina Stadlbauer is a Helsinki-based researcher / artist from Austria. She is inspired by the interstices of arts and sciences and her work pivots around life- animals, plants, bacteria. She is especially interested in the complexity of processes – in nature (ecosystems), groups (socio-systems), or the human body. She likes to work with the immediate environment, be it the physical space or immaterial contexts, to create situation specific interventions. Amongst the pieces that she created are tangible objects, outdoor public installations, as well as ephemeral interventions and rituals.
christina (at) melliferopolis.net
In recent years she has been busy with the setting up of the Biofilia -Base for Biological Arts at Aalto University (Finland) and with Melliferopolis -Honeybees in Urban Environments project in Helsinki. She holds a BSc in Environmental Engineering and a Master of Arts (Visual Culture, Curating and Contemporary Art). She is affiliated to University of Helsinki (INAR) and curates the Climate Whirl project at Hyytiälä forestry field station, in collaboration with a team of University of Helsinki researchers of climate and forest ecology.
ulla (at) capsula.fi