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Arnold Koroshegyi

Photography, Intermedia, Installation
Email:
arnold.koroshegyi@sheridancollege.ca
Website:
http://www.arnoldkoroshegyi.com

Biography:

Working in photography, intermedia and installation, Arnold Koroshegyi investigates the traces left by technology on the natural world, and the marks of social consciousness on landscape in his art.

Solo and group exhibitions include: Electroscapes, Platform Arts in Belfast, Northern Ireland; Landscape, Grand and Personal, South East Center for Photography in Greenville, South Carolina; The Absence of the Origin of its Likeness, Open Space Gallery, Victoria, British Columbia; Shuttered, Workers Arts & Heritage Centre, Hamilton, Ontario; The Gift You Never Wanted, Non-Fiction Gallery, Savannah, Georgia; Data Rush: Noorderlicht Photofestival, Groningen, The Netherlands; The Open West, Wilson Museum, Cheltenham, U.K.; Collision 17: Transformer, Axiom Center for New and Experimental Media in Boston; Four Feet: the Proxemics of Personal Space at Gallery RFD in Swainsboro, Georgia, Artifice, at Gallery 1101, University of Southern Illinois in Carbondale; Exposed at the Gladstone Hotel, Toronto, as part of the CONTACT Photography Festival; Sorting Daemons: Art, Surveillance Regimes and Social Control, Art Gallery of Mississauga/Agnes Etherington Art Centre in Kingston;  awashawave, Blackwood Gallery, University of Toronto at Mississauga; Nuit Blanche | Kensington Art Project, Toronto and Image and the Apparatus, Museum London.

Research Interests:

Hybrid image-making, information aesthetics, locative media, marginalia and photography.

Education:

B.F.A. Queen’s University
M.F.A. Western University

Approach to Teaching:

In teaching, I seek to foster an open-minded learning environment where strong art-making practices intersect with critical discourse. My intention is to provide students with a solid foundation to help them experiment and solve problems in their practice, to widen their creative approaches and to develop and deepen critical skills. I believe that a gathering of diverse opinions and different approaches to the creation of art helps create an atmosphere in which students are able to make informed aesthetic decisions about their work.

For more on Arnold Koroshegyi's activities see:

http://www.arnoldkoroshegyi.com