Merging art, science, technology and spirituality, Bojana Ginn creates multimedia light installations, sculpture and photography. Interdisciplinary artist and former MD, Bojana Ginn graduated from Medical School in Belgrade, Serbia in 2001, and completed her MFA in Sculpture at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in 2013. Ginn’s work is exhibited in Atlanta, nationally and internationally. She is represented by Atlanta’s Whitespace gallery.
Bojana is honored to be a winner of the 2018 Ellsworth Kelly Award in conjunction with The Mary S. Byrd Gallery of Art at Augusta University, Augusta, GA. A 2018 Working Artist Project winner for the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) GA, Ginn often collaborates with scientific institutions and organizations such as NASA, Emory University, or The CDC Museum in Atlanta. Ginn’s video work was featured in the 2016 Venice Architectural Biennale, co-sponsored by The European Cultural Centre and Global Art Affairs Foundation. For her unorthodox treatment of natural materials and use of contemporary technology Bojana was voted a finalist for The World Technology Award in Arts in 2015, and for this achievement she received a fellowship at the World Technology Network, NY. She was honored to be artist in residence for BEINGS 2015, a Global Summit on Ethics in Bioengineering. For her multimedia work Bojana received a 2014 Tanne Foundation Award. Ginn was a resident artist at the prestigious Studio Program at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center 2013 to 2015. Prior to this residency, Ginn was nominated for the Student Outstanding Achievement Award, International Sculpture Center in 2013, and for the Joan Mitchel Foundation MFA Grant in 2012. Ginn writes about connections of art, science and technology for Burnaway Magazine and international SciArt Publications. Her work is shown in galleries and museums in Atlanta, New York, Baltimore, Nashville, Berlin, Venice, and in international SciArt Conferences in the US, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Most recently Ginn presented her work at the largest international conference in mathematics, the Joint Mathematics Meeting, with her speech titled How I found Math in an Unlikely Place and exhibited her work at the international group exhibition Embodied, organized by SciArt Center in New York. Her work was reviewed by various art publications, Sculpture Magazine, Burnaway Magazine, SciArt Magazine, STEAM Journal, Art and Science Journal, and ArtsATL.