Nina Czegledy, artist, curator and educator collaborates internationally on art& science& technology projects. She has exhibited and published widely won awards for her artwork and has initiated, lead and participated in forums and festivals worldwide. In her 2016 curatorial research residency in Helsinki, she worked in collaboration with the Bioart Society on the development of the SPLICE / LIITOS – re_examining Nature exhibition opening on May 19, 2017 at the Oulu Art Museum. SPLICE references historical positions as well as the contemporary transformation process of our environment, recognizing that these changes are partly due to recent scientific and technological developments. SPLICE presents interdisciplinary works and the project plan includes a thematically linked program of round tables, workshops, performances and screenings. Her 2004 curatorial residency was in collaboration with FRAME – Finnish Fund for Art Exchange.
Nina’s recent collaborative projects include SCOPE, a touring exhibition in rural Ontario, Canada (2017-2018), Water & Piece, Energy (2016) conference with intercreate org. in New Plymouth New Zealand, Owheo Rising (2016) environmental education project at the Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin, New Zealand, Dobble Debate game project for people with different abilities (2015-2016, Toronto, Mexico City, Bologna.
Latest publications: Interdisciplinary Knowledge Transfer: The future of learning In International Yearbook of Arts Education Vol 3; Art as a Catalyst. Leonardo Transactions Sept. 2014; Data in Public – Data Visualization in Art In: Aspects of Art 2014, Budapest; Homage to Polar Lights 2013, In: Light Image Imagination ed. Martha Blassnigg, Amsterdam University Press.