Bojana Ginn is an interdisciplinary artist and a former Medical Doctor and scientist. She completed the Master of Fine Art degree at the Savannah College of Art and Design Ginn in 2013, concentrating on the connection of art and science.
Her work is shown in galleries and museums in Atlanta, New York, Baltimore, Nashville, Savanah, Berlin, Venice, and in International SciArt Conferences in the US, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Ginn was selected as a finalist and exhibiting artist for the 2019 Burke Prize at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York. A year earlier Ginn was honored with the prestigious Ellsworth Kelly Award, a national by-invitation grant presented by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, NY, and the Working Artist Project Award at the Museum of Contemporary Art, GA.
Ginn’s video work was featured at the 2016 Venice Architectural Biennale, co-sponsored by The European Cultural Centre and Global Art Affairs Foundation. She often collaborates with scientific institutions including NASA and Emory University where she served as a resident artist for BEINGS 2015: International Conference on Ethics in Bioengineering. Her work was presented at numerous art and mathematics conferences, most notably Bridges and Joint Mathematical Meeting. For her work on the connections of art, science and technology, Bojana was voted a finalist for The World Technology Award in Arts, presented by the World Technology Network, NY. She serves as a fellow at the organization. Her work was reviewed by World Sculpture News Magazine, Sculpture Magazine, SciArt in America Magazine, Global Arts Affairs Foundation Catalogue, Brooklyn Rail, Arts Atlanta, and Burnaway Magazine, amongst others.
Bojana lives in Decatur, GA, with her son and husband, with whom she shares a 2014 Tanne Foundation Award. Alongside her artistic practice, Ginn enjoys mentoring aspiring artists, and serves as a volunteer for equestrian therapy for children.