Ian Clothier, Andrew Hornblow
Waiwhakaiho River, New Zealand
The River Speaks project connects live river data from the Waiwhakaiho River to the project website, where the data controls the audio part...
with Janine Randerson
SCANZ 2011, New Plymouth Observatory, New Plymouth
Areosphere and Atmosphere, a dual projection based on satellite images is focused on contemporary mapping of Mars and Earth as well as pre-Copernican artist's representations of the two planetary spheres...
in collaboration with Ramon Guardans, John Fass, Laszlo Kiss, January 2013
Puke Ariki Gallery- SCANZ2013, New Plymouth, New Zealand
The Galactic Wind installation transforms a Cosmic Ray dataset into water drops. By presenting Cosmic Rays over time and intensity, our Team aims at the visual representation of these values...
With 270 artists living in 27 countries contributing passports/ID documents for 'Your Documents Please"
April 4, 2008 - May 16, 2008, Museum of Arts and Crafts, Itami, Itami-shi, Japan
August 2, 2008 - August 17, 2008, ZAIM, Yokohama, Japan
August 11 - August 16, Galerie Paris, Yokohama, Japan
November 28 - Decembver 30, 2008, 2B Galeria, Budapest, Hungary,
Januar 9 - February 2, 2009, Galerir Kunst in Hirsch, Berlin, Germany
February 12 - March 8, 2009, Galeria Z, Bratislava, Slovakia
April 17 - May 8, 2009, Galeria Ajolete Arte, Guadalajara, Mexico
November 3 - November 21, 2010, Alma in Manhattan, hosted by Fine Light, New York USA,
The lives of people around the world are shaped by their status in their groups and institutions with whom they interact...
in collaboration with Bettina Schuelke
Aura/Aurora is the most recent phase of an ongoing art & science project presenting an interactive interpretation of the Polar Lights - Aurora Borealis and Australis, the magnificent, mysterious and dynamic natural spectacle that has retained a near-mythical status in most cultures over centuries...
The Land of the Unusual 9.40 2010
To Hudson Bay - in praise of Beckett 13.40 2009
Crosstalk, Budapest, 2009
Weapons of Distraction 1:25 2004
Dorottya Gallery, Hungary 2004
Lindart Albania 2004
Videomedeja, Serbia 2004
a public art project and an onsite & online installation in collaboration with Greg Judelman & Daniel Barber
Commissioned by the City of Toronto for Nuit Blanche 2007, Toronto, Canada
Govett-Brewster Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand, 2009
"What Will You Do?" asks to share your personal commitment, to be pro-active about climate change. The public art installation displays text messages from the participating general public, addressing the issue of individual and collective responsibility for making social change...
Churschill , Manitoba, Canada
On the two day 1700 km train journey to Churchill in the North of Canada - which has a mixed history dating back to nomadic hunting and trapping by native tribes followed by fur trading and then gradual displacement of the natives - the author recalls her own history blended with a homage to Samuel Beckett...
with Marcus Neustetter
13 cities, 10 countries, 3 continents
March 9, 2013, Unisa Gallery, Pretoria, South Africa
March 7, 2013, Circa/Speke Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa
December 15, 2012, Mediamatic Fabriek, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
December 13, 2012, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands
December 11, 2012, Saana Gallery, Utrecht, The Netherlands
September 14, 2011, ISEA2011, Istanbul, Turkey
September 9, 2011, Machfeld Studio Gallery, Vienna, Austria
September 6- September 22, 2011, Enter Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia
September 1- September 9,2011, 2B Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
August 14- September 11, 2011, HICA, Scotland
March 2010, The Other Gallery, Banff, Canada
January, 2010, Alma on Dobbin, NY, US
September, 2009 Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, Vela Luka, Croatia
On November 29, 2009, billions of subatomic particles were smashed together in nano-seconds inside the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world’s most powerful particle accelerator, designed to mimic the first moments of the Big Bang...
Bettina Schuelke, Nina Czegledy, Veroniki Korakidou, Dave Lawrence
2nd Thessaloniki Biennale, State Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki Greece
"Aureole" aims to evoke a “mystic” interactive experience inspired by the Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights...
Curated by Margarita Schultz.
Participating Artists: Dulcimira Capisani and Tania Fraga of Brazil, Zerbarini Navy and Guillermo Kexel of Argentina, Andrea Zaap of Germany and Nina Czegledy of Canada.
University of Chile
"Colaborarte", is a virtual project supported by the University of Chile and sponsored by the School of Art of the Catholic University
This project intends to search the main conceptual changes (i...
Michelle Kasprzak, Nina Czegledy, Sally McKay, Paola Poletto and Sheila Butler
October 1-3, 2004, Videomedeja Festival, Novi Sad, Serbia
September 14- 17, 2004, Lindart Cultural Centre, Tirana Albania
August 10– September 4, 2004, Dorottya Galeria, Budapest, Hungary
April 25 - May 24, 2003 Forest City Gallery, London, Ontario, Canada
The Girls and Guns Artists' Collective examines popular examples of the sensationalized power struggle between men and women and depictions of the women who fight back. The artists who form the collective all straddle the worlds of business and art by being both influential arts administrators and notable visual artists in their own right. As a collective, all of the artists use humor to critique and celebrate the dual role of the warrior woman. This prototype embodies the female sex-ideal suggested by fashion, at the same time. Taking the form of the heroine who is violent, carries a gun and reverses the traditional male-female roles. References include the stereotypical ways such women are depicted (e.g. Xena Warrior Princess, and Pamela Lee Anderson in the popular movie Barbed Wire), the positive elements of having strong female role models (such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, who inspires legions of young women to be independent and tough), and the importance of multiple art practices. The collective has presented its work through a gallery exhibition at the Forest City Gallery, London, Ontario, April 2003.
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Nina Czegledy, Caitlin O'Dnovan, Greg Judelman, Daniel Barber, Debbie Hession, Chris Mendis, Chris Hession
Heureka the Finnish Science Centre, Vantaa, Finland
Govett-Brewster Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand
Waves Festival, Riga, Latvia
The Aurora Projects 1997-2006
This multi-phase, multi-site international art and science project was developed and produced over a decade in collaboration with Stephen Kovats, Peter Ride, Luke Jerram, Esa Turunen, Mare Tralla, Tom Donaldson, Minna Tarka, ,Greg Judelman, Daniel Barber, Caitlin O'Donovan, Chris Mendis, Chris Hession, Trevor Haldenby, Seken Chung, Deb Hession, Rasmus Vuori
InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Center, Goethe Institute Toronto, Makrolab, Scotland, Carte Institute, Westminster University, London UK, Arthouse, Dublin, Polar Circuit, Rovaniemi, Sodankyla Geophysical Observatory, Acoustic Space, Riga, Solar Circuit, Hobart, Tasmania, AuroraFeast Heureka Finnish Science Centre, Govett Brewster Gallery Plymouth New Zealand
The Aurora Project has brought together a range of specialists working within the arts and sciences...