Gor­dana No­vakovic was orig­i­nally a painter, with 12 solo ex­hi­bi­tions to her credit, she now has more than twenty years’ ex­pe­ri­ence of de­vel­op­ing and ex­hibit­ing large-scale time-based media pro­jects. Her artis­tic prac­tise and the­o­ret­i­cal work that in­ter­sects art, sci­ence and ad­vanced dig­i­tal tech­nolo­gies has formed five Cy­cles: Par­al­lel Worlds, The Shirt of a Happy Man, In­fonoise and the on­go­ing Fugue. A con­stant mark of her work through­out her ex­per­i­ments with new tech­nolo­gies has been her dis­tinc­tive method of cre­at­ing an ef­fec­tive cross-dis­ci­pli­nary frame­work for the emer­gence of syn­ergy through col­lab­o­ra­tion. Gor­dana ex­hib­ited and lec­tured at lead­ing in­ter­dis­ci­pli­nary fes­ti­vals and sym­posia, and artis­tic and sci­en­tific con­fer­ences. Her works from the on­go­ing Fugue Cycle has been widely pre­sented and ex­hib­ited. Along­side her artis­tic prac­tice, in the last six years Gor­dana has been artist-in-res­i­dence and also a Teach­ing Fel­low at Com­puter Sci­ence De­part­ment, Uni­ver­sity Col­lege Lon­don, where she has founded and cu­rates the Tesla Art and Sci­ence Group. She has re­ceived a num­ber of in­ter­na­tional and British aca­d­e­mic awards.