Forum Artistic Research


Magda Stanová

Magda Stanová is a multidisciplinary artist, whose research-based practice results in artistic forms like visual essays and lecture shows. She looks into cognitive sciences for ideas about creative process and perception of art and combines them with the experience of an artist. She authored two books—Algorithms in Art (2016) and In the Shadow of Photography (2022)—and co-authored the publication The Pedestrian’s Venice (2017). Her work has been exhibited internationally, including at EFA Project Space, New York; Angus Hughes Gallery, London; Školská 28, Prague; ThreeWalls, Chicago; Fremantle Arts Centre, Australia; ZPAF i S-ka, Krakow; and Shedhalle, Zurich. She holds an MFA in new genres from the San Francisco Art Institute, where she studied as a Fulbright scholar, an MFA in photography from the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, and a PhD in fine arts from the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, where she now teaches doctoral-level classes related to artistic research.

Talks at this conference:
 Fri, 10:30 Mind Wandering During Lectures