Semaphore welcomes Research Fellow Nina Czegledy

By Amy Ratelle on May 24th, 2014

Nina Czegledy, artist, curator, educator, works internationally on collaborative art & science& technology projects. The paradigm shifts in the arts as well as the changing perception of the human body and its environment inform her projects. She has exhibited and published widely, won awards for her artwork and has initiated, lead and participated in forums and festivals worldwide. Czegledy developed and co-organized over twenty-five international educational forums and workshops in the last ten years.

Current curatorial and art projects include: Open Culture – Urban Interventions, for Subtle Technologies2014, Paul H. Cocker Gallery, Toronto; SPLICE, At the Intersection of Art and Medicine, Pratt Gallery, New York, UTAC, Toronto, Blackwood Gallery, Mississauga, West Vancouver Museum (2012-2013). The Extensions of Man – Hacking the Body – Prosthetics: University of Toronto 2010 and 2011, Hexagram Concordia, Montreal 2012, Festival de la Imagen, Manizales Colombia 2013, Catch Forum, Prague, Czech Republic 2013, Extravagant Age Festival, Zagreb, Croatia 2013. The Visual Collider with Marcus Neustetter, exhibited in 12 venues in North America, Europe and South Africa (2010-2013), Aura/Aurora audio-visual touring exhibition (2009-) with Bettina Schuelke, Laszlo Kiss, at Schupfengalerie, Herzogenburg, Austria (2013) Machfeld Studio Gallery, Vienna, Austria (2012), artMuse, Bocholtz, Germany (2011), Plein Air Festival, Budapest (2010), 2nd Thessaloniki Biennale, Greece (2009); Galactic Wind, collaborative art&sci installation SCANZ2013 Festival, New Zealand; Czegledy is a Fellow, KMDI, University of Toronto; Researcher, Hexagram, Concordia University, Montreal; Senior Fellow, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest, Director International Projects SCANZ, New Zealand, Honorary Fellow, Moholy Nagy University; Member: Leonardo/ISAST Governing Board; contributing editor Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Observatoire Leonardo des Arts des Techno-Sciences OLATS, Board Member Subtle Technologies Festival, Toronto, Board Member Year01, Toronto.

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