Bojana Ginn is an awarded multidisciplinary artist, medical doctor, and scientist. Joining art, technology, and science, Ginn creates immersive installations, video-sculpture, and photography. Her work deals with body and environment in the time of digitalization and biotech. With the use of projection art, light, and organic fiber, Ginn reimagines a symbiosis of nature, technology, and transcendence. Her most recent work, HEAL!, harnesses the most up to date science of wellness and healing in the context of an all-encompassing, interactive art installation. This work is a reaction to the past year’s global health crisis, political anxieties, and human rights violations. The work aims to reinstall a sense of hope, joy, and wellbeing, through the interactive relationship between art and viewers.
Ginn exhibits in Atlanta, nationally, and internationally. Most notably her work was shown at the Museum of Art and Design in New York, Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, David J. Sencer CDC Museum in Atlanta, and the 2016 Venice Biennale.
A finalist for the 2020 national Burke Prize and the Artadia Award, Ginn is a winner of the prestigious 2018 Ellsworth Kelly Award at the Foundation for Contemporary Art, NY. In 2017 Bojana received a Working Artist Project Award from the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia. She serves as a fellow at The World Technology Network, NY, where she was a finalist for the 2015 World Technology Award in Art.
Ginn often collaborates with scientific organizations like NASA at Georgia Institute of Technology, Emory University, SciArt Center in New York, and International MathArt conferences. Her work appeared in Brooklyn Rail, Sciart in America Magazine, The World Sculpture News, Sculpture Magazine, Burnaway, Arts Atlanta, and the Venice 2016 Biennale’s catalog.
She lives in Atlanta Georgia with her husband and son and likes to volunteer for equestrian therapy for children.