Zoran Poposki is a transdisciplinary artist, researcher, and educator based in Hong Kong, exploring themes of (cultural) translation, spatial epistemology and social practice. His work has been shown in numerous exhibitions, screenings and festivals worldwide, including public art projects on LED video screens, video billboards, posters and billboards in New York, Dublin, Hong Kong, etc, with more than 50 exhibitions internationally.
Artist residencies include: VSC Vermont Studio Center (USA), SVA School of Visual Arts (New York), Wooloo (Berlin), PNCA (Portland, OR), etc. Recipient of a CEC Artslink Award (NYC). Author of a book on artist interventions in public space. Poposki holds an MFA in New Media (TI/DUK) and PhD in Cultural Studies (EUBA).
Art and Research Interests
Explores cultural translation, liminality, identity, and public space through printmaking, painting, performance, video, photography and publishing. Researcher in the fields of visual semiotics, practice-based research, civic art, and immaterial artistic practice.
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