Bettina Schülke is an Austrian artist working on the intersection of art, science and technology. She has exhibited widely, for example at the 2nd Thessaloniki Biennale, GR; De Winkelhaak Design Museum, Antwerp, BE; Kemi Art Museum; Lume Mediakeskus, Helsinki; Galeria Valo at the Arktikum Museum and Arctic Science Centre, Rovaniemi, FI; the MAK-nite (Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemorary Art), Vienna, AT; and textile works at the Austrian Pavilion at the 8.th International Architecture Biennale in Venice, IT. Schülke has worked on international collaborative projects, participated in conferences, workshops, festivals, events and has recurrently been teaching in Finland and Austria. 2017 she completed her practice based doctoral research TRANSACTION as INTERACTION: Art as an Extended Sense of Space, at the University of Lapland, FI. The research is published by the Acta Universitatis Lapponiensis Press. Currently Schülke is pushing her research and artworks further by developing new series of her interdisciplinary artistic concept of TRANSACTION.