Who Will Pollinate the Flower Clock

“Who will pollinate the Flower Clock” is an installation and an invitation to decelerate, and tune into plant-time. The piece will be exhibited at Mänttä Art Festival throughout the summer of 2021. It is a reenactment of an inconclusive experiment by Carl van Linné. In the summer of 2021, a variation of Linnaeus’ flower clock is planted in front of the Museum Pekilo. The selection … Continue reading Who Will Pollinate the Flower Clock

The (Im)possibility of communicating with Other Species

In March 2021, the article “The (Im)possibility of communicating with Other Species” was published on the journal Performance Research. The article describes the work with Pinna nobilis, the noble pen shell that was done at Mar Menor in the years 2018 and 2019, by the Institute for Relocation of Biodiversity. The article is by Christina Stadlbauer and Bartaku and appears in the Issue 25 On … Continue reading The (Im)possibility of communicating with Other Species

Outré – Encounters with Non/Living Things

The exhibition Outré (19.11.–7.12.2020) at Aalto University, in Finland is featuring a selection of projects that were developed at Biofilia Laboratory for Art and Science. Hasdemir Bilge curated the show in the Väre building. A selection of pieces from the project Ceramic Scar Tissue that I worked on at Biofilia for several months is shown at the exhibit. For more information please visit the official … Continue reading Outré – Encounters with Non/Living Things

Apass end presentation

On the 13th and 14th of November 2019, the postgraduate master program at aPass ended for a group of 5 fellows. We had our performative end presentations, online, and celebrated with a glass of wine remotely. My contribution is a series of podcasts that can be found here. They are conversations with artists, museum directors, anthropologists, and revolve around the theme of museums and their … Continue reading Apass end presentation

Exhibition – Reset: Mar Menor

After two years of research, experimentation and production, the results of the project Reset: Mar Menor are being published. The exhibition Reset Mar Menor opens on 25th of October 2020 at Centre del Carme Cultura Contemporània Museu, in València, Spain. The Institute for Relocation of Biodiversity is presenting the long term research on the mollusk Pinna nobilis, the great pen shell. The video tutorial “Relocation … Continue reading Exhibition – Reset: Mar Menor

Podcast on Ferment Radio

An episode on the bubbly ferment radio by Aga Pokrywka was dedicated to: “Healing the inanimate with bacteria”. The talk took us from Finland to Japan and from fermentation workshops to the microbiology lab. Thank you Agnieszka for inviting me to this beautiful conversation! Please find the talk from end of July 2020 here. Continue reading Podcast on Ferment Radio

Vitrine Screening

dinA vitrine invites Christina Stadlbauer: a video screening behind the window. Can be viewed from the sidewalk @ nadine – Brussels, Nieuwbrug 3 Pont Neuf, during times of lockdown. More information here. A series of reflections on the period of pandemic in four videos: ’S/Corona, Reflections in pandemic times’ (until 15 June 2020). Photos by An Goovaerts and Christina Stadlbauer Continue reading Vitrine Screening

Course on Beekeeping and Insect Ecology

Like every year, I will teach a course at ARBIS – the Swedish Speaking Adult Education Centre – on bees, bugs and other insects and their ecologies. It starts beginning of March 2020. Please find all the information for the course here https://ilmonet.fi/course/A200090.  We will dive together into the world of these alien, mysterious animals. The course introduces the theory of modern beekeeping and explores … Continue reading Course on Beekeeping and Insect Ecology