Dr Jeannette Ginslov (Phd, MSc, MA) is an artist, researcher and published scholar, whose practice as research examines embodiment in relation to Somatic Dance, Screendance and embodied technologies, Screendance. She is an independent Screendance maker, producer, online workshop facilitator, curator and has screened her works internationally. In 2021 she was awarded a PhD from the Arts and Creative Industries Department at London South Bank University, where she researched Deep Flow: a tentacular worlding of dance, biosensor technology, lived experience, and embodied materials of the human and non-humankind. She also has an MSc in Screendance Dundee University (Distinction), and an MA in Choreography, Rhodes University.
Her current research focuses on embodied materiality, computational Screendance and visual aesthetics. In January 2022 she joined the School of Arts and Communication, Malmö University, Sweden, as an MCS Master's Thesis Supervisor.
Currently Ginslov is living in Malmö Sweden, working on:
Bodily Interfaces: CATALYSTS, at the Inter Arts Centre Malmö: https://www.iac.lu.se/projects/bodily-interfaces/ The project is an AR/AI and Screendance collaboration with Prof Susan Kozel from Malmö University, choreographer Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir and AR/AI designer Keith Lim. This will premiere 22 February 2022 in Berlin at the Institute for Cultural Inquiry See: https://www.iac.lu.se/projects/bodily-interfaces/ https://www.somaticarchiving.org/
Nanocosmic Aesthetics, a collaboration with Keith Lim and nuclear scientist Emil Rofors, selected for the Open Call ESS & InterArts Centre Residency in Malmö, exploring Small Angle Neutron Scattering (SANS), the embodiment of data and neutronic imagery, using AR/VR technologies to create a new visual aesthetic. www.iac.lu.se/news/ess-residency-artists-selected/
Since 2020, she has been facilitating Screendance classes online to MA and Third Year Choreography students studying at the Institute for Creative Arts and Interdisciplinary Institute in the University of Cape Town’s Humanities Faculty. She teaches 50+ Ballet Classes in Malmö and previously worked part time as Gallery Assistant at the Hannah Maclure Centre (2016-17). See CV or bio for publications and other research collaborations, installations and events.