martaheberle1 Marta Heberle is a theoretician of culture specializing in issues related with bioart and transhumanism. In 2010 she graduated cultural studies at the University of Łódź, Poland defending a thesis which has been considered a compound and comprehensive overview of bioart. Currently she is preparing her PhD at the University of Poznan. She is also an artist focused on transgressive sensory experiments located on the border of audio and performance. Her actions are composed of subliminal violent brain stimulations through sound. Heberle also creates her own special fashion design projects, some of which are functionalized in her performances.

Selected artistic actions:


MANIFESTO vs MANIFESTO, Center for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland
ISEA 2011 – TERRORDROME. SIGNALS FROM OUTSIDE, Istanbul, Turkey
Estrada Poznańska, New Gas Pavilion, Poznań, Poland
Kisielice, Poznań, Poland
TEA ESPACIO DE LES ARTES, Teneriffe, Spain
BRM LAB, Prague, Czech Republic
LAB, Poznań, Poland
Powiększenie, Warsaw, Poland
Китайский Летчик Джао Да , Moscow, Russia



Selected publications:


Live in me, survive through me. Body as a space of experiencing the Other and a territory of memory in AOO art projects, Rita Baum, "Transhuman", 18, 2011.

Body as a Weapon Aimed at You, Leonardo Electronic Almanac. http://isea2011.sabanciuniv.edu/paper/body-weapon-aimed-you


The Art of Living systems, Leonardo Electronic Almanac: http://isea2011.sabanciuniv.edu/paper/art-living-systems.

Securing the Imminent AI, Mutamorphosis 2012 Conference Proceedings

Redefining Bio Art, CAS/CADE Conference Proceedings, Bristol United Kingdom


Luciviral, Waterwheel World Water Day Symposium 2013, Conference Proceedings, Sousse University, Tunis

Technologically Empowered Body as a Weapon, .dpi studio, Feminist Journal of Art and Digital Culture, http://dpi.studioxx.org/en/technologically-empowered-body-weapon


Living media. Reality displaced by copies and the monsters of hyperreality, Pro&Contra Conference Proceedings, Moscow, Russia