Nina Czegledy

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Most Recent Affiliation(s):

  • University of Toronto (U of T), Artist, Curator and Senior Research Fellow

Other Affiliation(s):

  • The Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCAD U), Associate Professor
  • Concordia University

ISEA Bio(s) Available:

  • ISEA2022

    Nina Czegledy independent curator, media artist, researcher, educator is based in Toronto, Canada. She collaborates internationally on art& science& technology projects. Upcoming 2022: A Light Footprint in the Cosmos, Substantial Motion Research Network, Vancouver, Sensoria, the art and science of our senses Laznia, Contemporary Art Centre, Gdanks, Dobble Debate on-line game, Balance Unbalance, New Zealand (cocurator). Previous: Agents for Change/ Facing the Anthropocene (2020) The Museum, Canada; On behalf of Leonardo/ISAST initiated, co-presented 27 Leonardo 50th Celebrations in 24 countries (2017/2018). Czegledy published widely, most recent: Eco Art: Ubiquity: The Journal of Pervasive Media, 2020. She contributes regularly to the Journal of Virtual Creativity.Academic affiliations: Adjunct Professor, OCAD University, Toronto; Senior Fellow, KMDI, University of Toronto; Research Collaborator, Hexagram International, Montreal; Board member Leonardo/ISAST; Researcher, NOEMA Italy, Chair, Intercreate org New Zealand, Member: Leonardo LASER chairs, Post Pandemic Provocateurs, 2020 Former affiliations: Chair, ISEA International 2000-2008, AICA Canada (2014-2018)


    Nina Czegledy (Hungary/Canada) is an independent media artist, curator, and researcher with international and national academic affiliations is based in Toronto, Canada. She collaborates on interdisciplinary projects internationally.


    Nina Czegledy, artist, curator, educator, works internationally on collaborative art, science & technology projects. The changing perception of the human body and its environment as well as paradigm shifts in the arts inform her projects.  She has exhibited and published widely, won awards for her artwork and has initiated, lead and participated in workshops, forums and festivals worldwide at international events.

    ISEA 2014

    Nina Czegledy, University of Toronto, CA.

    ISEA 2013

    Nina Czegled (Hungary), University of Toronto and Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.


    Nina Czegledy, Curator, Hungary/Canada.


    Nina Czegledy, media artist, curator and educator, works internationally on collaborative art and science/technology projects, as well as in education. She has led, or been a key contributor to, numerous education workshops, forums and festivals around the world. Czegledy has published widely in books and journals and has presented at several international conferences and academic institutions. Current art projects include Aura/Aurora (2010, 2011) a collaborative interactive audio-visual environment, and Visual Collider (2009-2011 with Marcus Neustetter).

    Recent curatorial projects include: The Pleasure of Light, co-curated with Rona Kopeczky, Ludwig Museum Budapest 2010, Gdanks 2011; co-curator 3rd Quadrilateral Biennial (Rijeka Croatia 2009) Device Art in Budapest (Hungary 2009); co-curator e-mobile Art, the European Mobile Lab 2007-2009 (an EU project); and organizing team member for SCANZ 2011 Eco Sapiens (New Plymouth, New Zealand 2011).  She is also Senior Fellow at KMDI (Knowledge Media Design Institute) at the University of Toronto; Adjunct Associate Professor Concordia University, Montreal; Senior Fellow, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest; contributing editor to the Leonardo Electronic Almanac; Research Fellow, Intercreate Org., New Zealand; and member of the Observatoire Leonardo des Arts et des Techno-Sciences scientific committee.


    Award winning media artist, curator, educator Nina Czegledy, works internationally on collaborative art & science & technology and educational, projects. Her artistic practice is centered on the changing perception of the environment and the human body. Her lectures have been published in numerous books and journals. The Pleasure of Light, her most recent curatorial project premiers in September 2010 at the Ludwig Museum, Budapest.


    Nina Czegledy: Mediastudies, KMDI, University of Toronto, Concordia University, Montreal/ Moholy Nagy University, Budapest, Hungary.


    Nina Czegledy, University of Toronto, CA.


    Nina Czegledy (Hungary/Canada), Curator and Chair, ISEA board.


    Nina Czegledy, Hungary/Canada.


    Nina Czegledy, Hungary/Canada, Crossing Over.


    Nina Czegledy, Media Artist/Curator, Hungary/Canada.


Last Known Location:

  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Previous Location(s):

  • Budapest, HU

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