Dr. Bojana Ginn is an award-winning interdisciplinary artist, former Medical Doctor and scientist, SciArt curator, writer, and public speaker. Merging art, science, and technology, she creates multimedia installations, sculptures, and photography. Her abstract art deals with body and landscape in the time of unprecedented proliferation of digital and biotechnologies. Ginn’s current work Science of Happiness harnesses the newest medical research on specific frequencies of light, sound, and rhythm, resulting in the creation of physical and virtual spaces that enhance mental wellness and promote longevity. Recipient of the prestigious national Ellsworth Kelly Award, granted by the Foundation for Contemporary Art in New York, Ginn exhibits in Atlanta, nationally, and internationally. Most notably her work was shown at Venice Architectural Biennale, Museum of Art and Design in New York, IMMENSIVA Art and Technology center in Barcelona, Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, David J. Sencer CDC Museum in Atlanta, Cyber Center in Augusta, GA, and many others. Her interest in the intersection of science, art, and technology extends to curating, writing, mentoring, teaching, and public speaking. Nominated for The World Technology Award in Art 2015, and a fellow of The World Technology Network, Ginn has curated SciArt content and wrote an Art & Science column for BURNAWAY Magazine. Ginn delivered Keynote speeches for BEINGS 2015 International Conference of Ethics in Bioengineering, alongside Margaret Atwood and respective scientists, and for International Art and Mathematics Conferences in Atlanta and Baltimore. Alongside her work as an instructor at Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design, Ginn holds a successful private mentoring practice. She often collaborates with scientific institutions in Atlanta, most notably the Georgia Institute of Technology Department of Astrophysics, and Emory University.