“The future looks good in Bojana Ginn’s Phygital Muse. Nature and technology co-exist throughout Ginn’s interdisciplinary exhibition. She explores transhumanism, a school of thought dedicated to the notion that technology will radically enhance human life. Curated by Shannon Morris, Phygital Muse is on view at the Mary S. Byrd Gallery of Art, at Augusta University, in Augusta, Georgia, through December 13.

Now based in Atlanta, Ginn was born in the former Yugoslavia. She holds an M.D. from the University of Belgrade and moved to the United States in 2002 to work in Emory University’s Biology Department. She eventually became a full-time artist, earning an M.F.A. from the Savannah College of Art and Design’s Atlanta campus, though her background in science and medicine factors prominently into her work.”

Rebecca Brantley for The Brooklin Rail

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Bojana GInn, SOLAR VEINS, 2019
Bojana Ginn Phygital Muse Photo
Detail, Solar Body, 2019. Bio-Fiber, Lights.
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Bojana GInn, Plastic Genes, 2019
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Bojana Ginn, Plastic Genes, 2019
Bojana Ginn, SOLAR VEINS, 2019
Bojana Ginn, SOLAR VEINS, 2019