Kaisu Koski is a cross-disciplinary artist and humanities scholar with a background in performance, screen-based media
and biological materials. She is an Associate Professor of Art and Design at Lab4Living at Sheffield Hallam University,
UK. Kaisu’s work explores climate crisis, human-nonhuman relationships, and empathy, and it involves collaboration
with scientists, clinicians, and engineers. She has conducted research fellowships in various medical schools and
created films for medical curricula on topics such as vaccine-hesitancy and breaking bad news. Kaisu’s work has been
exhibited and performed in multiple gallery shows and theaters and received awards in the film festival circuit. The
venues include Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Hasselt Triennial, Lawndale Art Center in Houston, Estonian Museum of
Applied Arts, Czong Institute for Contemporary Art, and Helsinki International Film Festival. She has also received
several research grants, including organizations such as the Academy of Finland and the Portuguese National Science
Foundation. In 2020, Kaisu co-founded the anti-disciplinary research entity Germini with Dr. Peter Lloyd Jones.