Monmouth University

Center for the Arts

Past Event

ArtNow: Performance, Art, and Technology

Collective Unconscious: Artist Talk with Amanda Stojanov

Amanda Stojanov is an artist, educator, and activist. Her work explores storytelling through multi-tech platforms including VR, immersive audio/visual projection, animation, and others. She has worked with design teams in large design studios, independent agencies, and non-profit organizations, and she continues to work as a freelance art director and designer. Stojanov is a member/co-founder at voidLab and co-founder of voidLab’s panel series DECENTRALIZING THE WEB (projects.dma.ucla.edu/voidlab), which cultivates critical evaluations of online presence through an intersectional feminist lens. It aims to untangle the psycho-social implications of identity politics on the global web, examining the embedded biases driving dominant modes of representation in digital spaces.

Stojanov has exhibited her work in California, Budapest, and Linz. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Interactive Digital Media in Monmouth University’s Department of Communication. Previously she worked as an educator at Art Center College of Design, UCLA, and Loyola Marymount University.

Stojanov’s work can be seen at: https://amandastojanov.com/

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Nov04, 2019

4:30 PM

Free and open to the public

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