Tallinn Botanic Garden


BIOTOOPIA`23 Conference Underground Networks

BIOTOOPIA`23 Conference Underground Networks

BIOTOOPIA’23 – Art, Science and Biosphere Hybrid Conference at Tallinn Botanic Garden / Online & Loopealse Wasteland (location has changed)

Date: 11.-13.05.23

Location: Tallinn Botanic Garden / online and Loopealse Wasteland

Online: Information coming soon

The 3rd year Biotoopia conference on May 11-13 focuses on UNDERGROUND NETWORKS.

International and local researchers and artists who have been invited to speak at Biotoopia will begin to assemble underground networks during the first two days of the conference (11.05.-12.05) held at the Tallinn Botanic Garden and online. The lectures and discussion panels will include participation from the audience. On the art and music event, which will take place on the final day of the conference (13.05) on Loopealse Wasteland, we also will experience Tallinn’s natural beauty.

Many artists, natural scientists, philosophers, posthumanists, teachers, students, and nature lovers from all over the will world meet at Biotoopia’23. You are welcome to join us!

The curator of the Biotoopia’23 conference programme is renowned Estonian artist Peeter Laurits, this year’s art and music day is curated by Vaim Sarv and Anette Pärn.

The programme is in English and it will also be accessible via online conference platform. The tickets are available here: bit.ly/biotoopia

The speakers and artists are announced on our home page www.biotoopia.ee. We have opened the Library section on our webpage where you may find the presentations of previous Biotoopia events.

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, Kopli 93.

Biotoopia is organized by the Estonian Anthropocene Center NPO.

More information can be found on our webpage and Facebook page.