Bojana Joksimovic-Ginn

3D Design Instructorat Georgia State University
Atlanta,
United States
Focus area: Data Art, Science, Digital Art, New Media, Environmental Art, Eco Art, Land Art, Fine Arts 3D, Generative Practices, Generative Art, Public Art

Dr. Bojana Ginn is an awarded interdisciplinary artist, medical doctor, scientist, curator, and writer. Merging art, science and technology, Dr. Ginn creates installations, video-sculptures, and photography. Her most recent work joins science of wellness with immersive projection art and Virtual Reality technology.  Her work is shown in galleries and museums in Atlanta, New York, Barcelona, Venice, Baltimore, Nashville, Savannah, Berlin, and in International SciArt Conferences in the US, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Dr. Ginn was selected as a finalist and exhibiting artist for the 2019 Burke Prize at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York. She was honored with the prestigious Ellsworth Kelly Award, by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, and the Working Artist Project Award at the Museum of Contemporary Art, GA. Dr. Ginn was a finalist for The World Technology Network Award in Art, and her video work was featured at the 2016 Venice Architectural Biennale. She often collaborates with scientific organizations like NASA, Georgia Institute for Technology, Augusta Cyber Center, Emory University, and SciArt Center.
Dr. Ginn lives in Atlanta, GA, with her son and husband, with whom she shares a 2014 Tanne Foundation Award. She serves as a Fellow at The World Technology Network, NY, and is a founder of B1Contemporay gallery. Alongside her artistic practice, Dr. Ginn enjoys mentoring aspiring artists, and serves as a volunteer for equestrian therapy for children.