Nina Yankowitz



Job Title:


  • Artist & Director

Location:


  • US

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Bio:

  • Yankowitz was the artist and director on a game design team whose installations & interactive games expand belief systems & climate change challenges. Exhibits include: Global Warming Bursting Seams Museum Quarter Vienna, MOMA Kiev, Ukraine, National Academy Museum NYC, Katonah Museum NY, MOMA PS.1 Queens, NY, The Indianapolis Museum of Art, Kunsthaus, Hamburg Germany, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts NYC, Whitney Museum Biennial NYC, CloudHouse Saatchi NYC. Some collaborative games in Crossings, Thessaloniki Biennale, Greece. Criss~Crossing The Divine interactive exhibit & robotic sculptures Guild Hall Museum, NY, Saatchi NYC, The Third Woman Interactive Film/Games Galapagos ArtSpace Brooklyn & Vienna Under-ground Thessaloniki Biennale, Interactive Truth Or Consequences, ISEA2012 New Mexico. Press includes Art Forum, Art News, New York Times, Art Press France, Wall Street Journal. Awards Include: Ford, NEA, Pollack Krasner, American Academy in Rome Visiting Artist.

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Writings and Presentations:


  • Title: Criss~Crossing The Divine/Interactive Spiral Vortex Paint Game
    Writing Type: Sketch / Art Talk
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    Exhibition: SIGGRAPH Asia 2016: Mediated Aesthetics
    Abstract Summary:

    Criss~Crossing The Divine/Spiral Vortex Paint Game is an interactive game installation conceived to address the ever-expanding religious intolerance fueling global wars. Attendees use interactive wands to curate topic-words and assign more or less importance to each topic they select. The player receives color coded scripture perspectives parsed from the individual’s search. No search results are the same. Directed to a website, the player learns from which 46,000 scriptures within The Old Testament, The New Testament, The Hindu Rig Vedas, The Quran, and Buddhist Texts, their color-coded text results originated.