Nina CzegledyAdjunct Professorat member
Nina Czegledy independent curator, media artist, researcher, educator is based in Toronto, Canada. She collaborates internationally on art& science& technology projects.
Currently she is involved in A Light Footprint in the Cosmos exhibitions on the invitation of the Substantial Motion Research Network for 2022 in Vancouver, and as the invited curator for the events of Sensoria, the art and science of our senses for Laznia, Contemporary Art Centre, Gdanks, Poland in 2022. Recent curatorial projects: Agents for Change/ Facing the Anthropocene (2020) The Museum, Canada; Who’s you? (2019) JD Reid Gallery, New Zealand; Leonardo 50th, CyberArts ARS Electronica (2018), Austria. In collaboration with Lynne Heller they are transitioning Dobble Debate a currently analogue card game focused on different and disabilities into an XR format. She participates in the collaborative Becoming a Tree at DDL2, University of Toronto, works as a co-chair of the Leonardo LASER events in Montreal and Toronto and is a co-founder with Roger F. Malina and Joel Slayton of the independent Post Pandemic Provocateurs (PPP) activities since early 2020. On behalf of Leonardo/ISAST she initiated and co-presented 27 Leonardo 50th Celebrations in 24 countries (2017/2018). Czegledy published widely in books and journals.