Donna Szoke


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Most Recent Affiliation / Department / Job Title:


  • Brock University, Assistant Professor

Bio:


  • ISEA2019

    Donna Szoke creates expanded animation, video art, drawing, and printmaking. She investigates immanence, embodied perception, and the fluidity of lived experience. Her work has exhibited in Canada, USA, France, Germany, Turkey, Hungary, Croatia, Cuba, and UAE. She has received awards including SSHRC, Canada Council for the Arts, BC and Ontario Arts Council. She is Chair & Associate Professor, Visual Arts, Brock University where she received the Faculty of Humanities Award for Excellence in Research and Creative Activity in 2017.

    ISEA2015

    Donna Szoke, Assistant Professor, Visual Arts, Brock University, St. Catharines, ON, Canada. Donna is a Canadian artist whose practice includes video, animation, media art, installation, drawing, writing and collaboration. Her work has been exhibited in Canada, USA, France, Germany, Turkey, Hungary, Croatia, Cuba, and Dubai, UAE. Recent notable international exhibitions include ISEA 2014 (Dubai, UAE) and EMAF 2013 (Osnabrück, Germany). Szoke’s art practice began in Winnipeg, Manitoba, designing for Guy Maddin’s early films, creating performance art and conceptually based drawings. After moving to Vancouver her practice shifted to digital video, collaboration, and installation. Her recent work includes media art, interactive animation, and printmaking. Her work is informed by critical studies with repeating themes of immanence, embodied perception, and the fluidity of lived experience. She has received numerous awards for her art research including SSHRC, Canada Council for the Arts, BC Arts Council, and Ontario Arts Council. She holds a BA, BFA, Sculpture Diploma, and an Interdisciplinary MFA.

    ISEA2014

    Donna Szoke is Assistant Professor Visual Art, Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Art, Brock University, Canada.


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  • Canada


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