BioARTCAMP is a two-week residency program at The Banff Centre directed by Dr. Jennifer Willet from The University of Windsor, Canada. BioARTCAMP is a hybrid workshop / conference / performance event where 20 national and international artists, scientists, filmmakers, and university students will work for two weeks to build a portable biology laboratory in Banff National Park. BioARTCAMP will serve as a “field research station” housing a functional biological sciences lab and a variety of art/science projects.
The BioARTCAMP Video was co-produced by G-Netwerk & INCUBATOR
(Jeanette Groenendaal, Zoot Derks and Jennifer Willet) and serves an evocative artwork itself, while providing a glimpse of the BioARTCAMP experience to a larger general audience.
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Direction, Interviews, Camera, Edit: Jeanette Groenendaal and Zoot Derks
Music: Angus Leech and Dylan Leech
Audio Post Production: Warning Studio’s
BioARTCAMP Project Designer and Director: Jennifer Willet
Project Manager: Tokio Webster
Iain Baxter&, Angus Leech, Tagny Duff, Paul Vanouse, Marta De Menezes, Marie Pier Boucher, Kurt Illerbrun, Bulent Mutus, Jeanette Groenendaal, Zoot Derks, Jennifer Willet, Jamie Ferguson, Britt Wray, Kacie Auffret, David Dowhaniuk
A special thank you to:
Grant Yocom, Louise Baxter&, Joan Linder, Dylan Leech, Jean Macpherson, Karin Stubenvoll, Cindy Schatkoski, Mark Resch, Cassandra Piroutz, Susan Kennard, Jamie Fennell, Lori Rissling-Wynn, Ann Morrow, Amanda White, Jodi Vanderbeke, Moira Robertson, Nasseme Albonaimi, Otto Ritosa, Billie McLaughlin, Victor Romao, Josh Babcock, Meghan Krauss, Jennifer Barone, Gam Macasaet, Stephen Fields, Sherri Lynne Menard, Leigh Harold, Wissam Aoun, Rachel Manno, Anthony Brook, Nick Caulford, Tony Chatham, Robert Zwijnenberg, Judy Buchanan-Mappin, Praveen K. Saxena, Melentie Pandilovski.
We are grateful for support from the following partners:
The Banff Centre, The University of Windsor, SSHRC the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, The Ontario Arts Council, Parks Canada, Hostelling International , Glenbow Museum, The Art and Genomics Centre, at The University of Leiden, Fonds BKVB.