Arnold Koroshegyi

Arnold Koroshegyi

Biography: 

 
Working in photography, intermedia and installation, Arnold Koroshegyi is an award-winning artist who has exhibited across Canada, the United States and in Europe. Arnold Koroshegyi’s artistic practice is a visual inquiry into the traces left by technology on the natural world and the marks of social consciousness on landscape. Central to his methodology are a syncretic approach to artistic process and an experimentation with materials that lead to a hybrid picture-taking process—one that brings together information aesthetics, locative media and photography. Recent exhibitions include a solo show entitled Electroscapes, (2016) at Platform Arts in Northern Ireland, and several group exhibitions: Shuttered at the Workers Arts & Heritage Centre in Hamilton, Ontario (2016); The Gift You Never Wanted, Non-Fiction Gallery, Savannah, GA (2015); Data Rush: Noorderlicht Photofestival 2015, Groningen, The Netherlands (2015); and The Open West at the Wilson Museum, Cheltenham, U.K. (2015). Arnold Koroshegyi holds an MFA from the University of Western Ontario and a BFA from Queen’s University in Kingston. He lives in Toronto and teaches at the University of Toronto Scarborough, Sheridan College, and the University of Toronto at Mississauga.