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Gina Czarnecki
* 1965
http://www.imaging.dundee.ac.uk/people/gczarnecki/index.htm

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Archive of Digital Art (ADA). “Gina Czarnecki – artist profile”. https://www.digitalartarchive.at/database/artists/general/artist/czarnecki.html. (retrieved 1970-01-01). @online{ADAartistprofile, author = {Archive of Digital Art (ADA)}, title = {Gina Czarnecki artist profile}, url = {https://www.digitalartarchive.at/database/artists/general/artist/czarnecki.html}, urldate = {retrieved 1970-01-01}
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During the past seventeen years Czarnecki's work has centred on ways of exploring and expressing ideas generally based around the human, the physical, biological and psychological. More recently her work has been concerned with investigating the relationship between developments in the ‘life' sciences and technology with changes in culture, society and language. Her work is mainly in time-based and digital media, intricately re-working and re-processing to creating powerful contemplative spaces and strong visual aesthetics that question our ideas of confrontation and vulnerability in relation to the subject / audience. Her work has been exhibited internationally including ISEA 1998 and, Arts Electronica ‘ life sciences' 1999 She won a prestigious creative Scotland Award in 2002 for work on her interactive installation ‘ Silvers Alter' exhibited at the Natural History Museum in Summer 2003. From 1997-2003 Gina was the programme leader for the MSc Electronic Imaging course in the School of Television & Imaging Dundee. Gina Currently lives in Melbourne Australia where she is research fellow with the University of Melbourne and is working with the Australian dance theatre, Fennesz, Banff Art centre Canada and the University of Technology Sydney on numerous new projects. (source: www.imaging.dundee.ac.uk)
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1997 Postgraduate Programme Tutor & Programme Leader. Electronic Imaging, School of Television and Imaging, Duncan of Jordanstone College, University of Dundee
1992 Technical Director. London Film Festival. Expanded cinema and Installation art
1991 - 1992 Postgraduate Diploma in Electronic Imaging, Duncan of Jordanstone, Dundee.
1989 - 1997 Part time teaching of film, animation, video and digital media, various colleges
1987 - 1997 Freelance animator and editor / Works included:-. Animation sequences for :-"Groove
on a Stanley Knife" C4 1997,. Editor. For Anne Whitehursts' 'Distances" for "No Pain No Gain' Distributed by Film and Video Umbrella. Animation of Harry Blackman Cartoons, Mark J. Films Ltd. Commissioned and Screened by Channel 4.
Animation for 'To Stop Bleeding'.Austrian Arts Council production , awarded at Piccadilly Film Festival 91.
1987 - 1991 Workshop Organiser London Film-Makers Co-op
1984 - 1987 Fine Art, Wimbledon School of Art, London


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