Marietta Radomska, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in Environmental Humanities at Linköping University (Unit Gender Studies); director of The Eco- and Bioart Lab; co-director of The Posthumanities Hub; and co-founder of Queer Death Studies Network.
Cecilia Åsberg, PhD, is Professor of Gender, Nature, Culture at Linköping University; Guest professor Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway; Founder and Director of The Posthumanities Hub; Fellow of the Rachel Carson Centre at Ludvig Maximilian University in Munich and the Royal Swedish Colloquia.
The Eco- and Bioart Lab (EBL) connects artists, artistic researchers and other practitioners, as well as doctoral students whose practice and research focus on art and the environment in their broadest understanding.
The Posthumanities Hub (PH) is a feminist research group and a multi-university platform for more-than-human humanities, making art meet science and society.
EBL and PH are members of the State of the Art Network (SOTAN): a Nordic-Baltic transdisciplinary collaboration focused on the role, responsibility, and potential of art and culture in the Anthropocene.
Janna Holmstedt (event co-curator and speaker; The Swedish History Museum/(P)Art of the Biomass, SE)
Stacy Alaimo (keynote speaker; University of Oregon, US)
Anne-Marie Melster (keynote speaker; ARTPORT, SE/DE)
Andy Best and Merja Puustinen (speakers; University of the Arts/Aalto University, Helsinki, FI)
Caroline Elgh Klinborg (speaker; LiU, SE)
Jesse D. Peterson (speaker; Swedish University of Agricultural Science, SE)
Malin Lobell (speaker; independent artist /(P)Art of the Biomass, SE)
Cecilia Wibjörn (speaker; The Archipelago Foundation/Skärgårgsstiftelsen, SE)
Maria Bodin (speaker, University of Gothenburg, SE)
Lena Kautsky (speaker, Stockholm University, SE)
Karin Wegsjö (filmmaker, (P)Art of the Biomass, SE)