BIOTOOPIA’23 Art Programme Underground Networks
Location: Loopealse Limestone (location has changed)
Time: 19 PM to 10:00 PM
Event FB link: https://fb.me/e/UV4TgOF5
The BIOTOOPIA’23 – Art, Science and Biosphere Hybrid Conference at Tallinn Botanic Garden/Online & Loopealse Wasteland (May 11-13) focuses on UNDERGROUND NETWORKS.
Whereas the first two days will be filled with presentations and discussions, the Biotoopia art programme will take place on Saturday, May 13. Curated and organized by experimental musician Vaim Sarv, and artist and semiotician Anette Pärn.
The art program invites the audience on a guided journey through the Loopealse Wasteland. This happening will be an interactive whole combining site-specific sound and performance art with pagan folk singing.
On this wasteland on the coast of Tallinn, multiple perspectives will meet, collide, and melt into one another. Held by the force of ritual and oral tradition, we will resist the loneliness of individualism and human exceptionalism. Every act here will intertwine into a collective, relational network.
Highlights of the art program include:
Young Boy Dancing Group – performance
Vaim Sarv – ritual
A quartet of folk singers composed of Janika Oras, Leanne Barbo, Marion Selgall, and Minni Oras – regilaul (traditional Estonian form of singing and story telling)
Anette Pärn, Hildegard Reimann, Inge Ivaste – performative guides
Everyone who purchases a ticket will receive the precise location of the art program via email two weeks in advance. This event will happen in any possible weather conditions. Please dress accordingly.The organisers have a right to make changes to the programme.
The event is part of the Biotoopia`23 Hybrid Conference: https://fb.me/e/3dFtqdejm
For more information visit https://biotoopia.ee/
Sponsors: Liivalill, Kuuldeaparaadid, Medivar.
Supporters: Tallinn – European Green Capital 2023, Tallinn Botanic Garden, Estonian Cultural Endowment, Republic of Estonia Ministry of Culture, Republic of Estonia Ministry of Environment, Civil Society Foundation, Muulin, JANKEN WISESPACE.
Partners: Tallinn University, Tartu University, Event Media, Nagel Consulting, Citizen OS, Postimees, Krisostomus, Hop gallery, Hobusepea gallery, Estonian Museum of Natural History, Kopli 93.
Biotoopia is organized by the Estonian Anthropocene Center NPO.