Marta Heberle

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    Marta Heberle, Adam Mickiewicz University, IRSA – Institute for Research in Science and Art Poznan, Poland. Marta  is a theorist and critic of culture. She specializes in issues related to bio art and bio media. Heberle is an author of numerous articles concerning contemporary art and aesthetics with a focus on transhumanist perspectives. Currently she is preparing her PhD at the University of Poznan. Her main focus is the problem of life, which, according to acknowledged definitions seems to be a phenomenon of relative rather than absolute character. She employs a non-humanistic approach to push the boundaries of biological systems. Heberle’s work balances theoretical and applied research: she is also an artist concentrated on transgressive sensory experiments located at the intersection of sound
    and performance.


    Marta Heberle (1986) grad­u­ated cul­tural stud­ies at the Uni­ver­sity of Lodz, PL. She spe­cial­izes in is­sues re­lated to bioart and tran­shu­man­ism. She is an au­thor of the­o­ret­i­cal texts con­cern­ing post­media art. She also cre­ates her own fash­ion de­sign pro­jects. Cur­rently she also op­er­ates in an area of ac­tions on the bor­der of music and per­for­mance (Aural Treat, LH+).

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