Sensoria The Art and Science of our Senses

Sensoria The Art and Science of our Senses project presents an inter-continental, cross disciplinary collaboration, including multi-site exhibitions, artist residencies, workshops, performances and a hybrid symposium that bridges LAZNIA Centre for Contemporary Art in Gdansk, Poland and SENSORIUM, Centre for Digital Arts and Technology at York University, Toronto, Canada. Sensoria explores our sensory world revitalizes our sensory connections to our surroundings by scientific, social, political and cultural interpretations. A primary goal of this project is to create a broad visibility for the wide variety of art projects concerning sensory perception.

Featured artists:  Agnes Meyer Brandis, Germany, Artur Żmijewski, Poland, Csenge Kolozsvari, Canada, Gail Nalls US, Krzysztof Topolski Poland, Hilda Kozari, Finland, Hrysovalanti Maheras, Canada, Karolina Halatek, Poland, Michael Palumbo, Canada, Raewyn Turner and Brian Harris, New Zealand, Sarah Grace Grothaus, Canada

Curated by Nina Czegledy and Yu-Zhi Joel Ong
Curatorial team: Aleksandra Ksiezopolska and Lila Bosovska, Poland
Cleo Sallis-Parchet, Eva Lu, Toronto

Thematic Consultants
David Howes, Professor, Sociology and Anthropology, Co-Director of the Centre for Sensory Studies, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
Gayil Nalls, Ph.D.interdisciplinary artist, philosopher and theorist based in New York, US. Founder of World Sensorium an olfactory artwork of statistical symbolism and inclusive aesthetics for sensory experience.
Ryszard Kluszczynski, Professor of cultural and media studies at Lodz University, Poland, Chair of School of Mediaand Audiovisual Culture and Head of the Department of Electronic Media.Professor of the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz.