BioCamp Tokyo, Feb. 10th - 18th 2018


#1

Hoi zäme,

I would like to invite you to apply for the BioCamp 2018 in Tokyo. The idea is to bring together a range of people interested in Art & Bio together for a 8-days workshop in Tokyo. The general theme is Gardens as ‘Biotechnik’, the exact content of the workshop is not strictly defined yet - we do hope to shape this together with the participants.

The workshop will be hosted by Chiaki Ishizuka (BioClub), Andreas Siagian (LifePatch) and Georg Tremmel (BCL, BioClub).

BioCamp Tokyo 2018 - Gardens as 'Biotechnik’
Feb. 10th - Feb. 18th 2018

Total: about 20 participants
8 from ASEAN countries (fully-funded)
12 Rest-of-the-World

Participation Cost: Free

More information:

Application Deadline: Friday, November 10, 2017

  1. Filled out Application Form (http://jfac.jp/assets/uploads/sites/3/2017/10/Applicationform.doc)
  2. CV
  3. Portfolio
  4. Send everything to camp@meca.tokyo by Nov. 10th

If there are any questions, contact camp@meca.tokyo - or get it touch with me directly.

All the best & see you in Tokyo,
Georg

Q: I am not from an ASEAN country… Can you pay my travel?
A: No, sorry, we can’t. But we can work with your local Embassy/Cultural Institute to try and get some travel funding for you.

Q: Do I have to be there for the whole 8 days?
A: Preference will be given to applicants who can commit to the whole workshop.

Q: I am not an artist/designer/creative person. Can I still apply?
We are looking for a variety of people who are interested in all aspects of Biology & Culture. If you are not sure, please apply. Just in case.

Q: I’d like to visit other Bio-spaces before or after the workshop in Japan. Can you help make connections?
We are working on that. Stay tuned.


#2

Aaah so nice to see this happening!

Good old times in Japan last February with all the Lifepatch crew

Sadly, me and @gaudi, will be busy on a new winterschool around DIY methods for medtech we are starting in Luzern, at exactly the same dates.

I hope you find some great participants.
m


#3

Hi Georg did you find the question i was asking yesterday? (I cant find it
though)