Arnold Koroshegyi

BFA (Queen's), MFA (UWO)
Photography, Intermedia, Installation


Working in photography, intermedia and installation, Arnold Koroshegyi is an award-winning artist who has exhibited across Canada and the United States. Koroshegyi's practice and research interests converge around the impermanence of place and the marginal in our shifting social and physical landscapes.
Recent shows include Collision 17: Transformer at the Axiom Center for New and Experimental Media in Boston (2012); Unfinished Projects at the Foundry Art Center in St-Louis (2012); Exposed at the Gladstone Hotel, Toronto as part of the CONTACT Photography Festival (2012); Sorting Daemons at the Art Gallery of Mississauga (2011) as well as at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre in Kingston (2010).  From 2007 through 2009, Koroshegyi exhibited work both in group and solo shows including Artifice at Gallery 1101, University of Southern Illinois in Carbondale; Four Feet: the Proxemics of Personal Space at Gallery RFD in Swainsboro, Georgia and Awashawave at the Blackwood Gallery at the University of Toronto Mississauga in 2009.

Approach to Teaching

In teaching university students, I seek to foster an open-minded learning environment where strong art-making practices intersect with critical discourse. When supporting students to develop their artistic practice, I encourage them to engage with their work on three fundamental levels: aesthetic, historical/cultural and technical.  As an instructor, I believe it is important to offer support and direction to students on a continual basis.  I believe that a gathering of diverse opinions and different approaches to art helps create an atmosphere in which students are able to make informed aesthetic decisions about their work. 

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