Slavica Ceperkovic is an artist and educator based in Toronto, Canada.
Her contemporary art works have shown in major museums including Palais de Tokyo, Grand Palais Museum, Musee d’art Modern de Villeneuve D’Ascq, Centre for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle and Le Fresnoy, Studio National des Arts Contemporains. Her work has been reviewed in Art Press, Liberation, Le Figero, Beaux Arts Magazine and books published by MIT Press.
Slavica has hosted lab workshops, exhibited her work and has lectured on new media and contemporary art issues in Europe, Canada, United States, Asia, and South America. She previously taught at Alberta University of the Arts in the Media Arts Digital Technologies department as their visiting artist in residence and at Ryerson University in their New Media Studies program. Slavica has also developed curriculum in Canadian incubators such as The Banff New Media Institute, and the Canada Film Centre’s Media Lab.
Slavica Ceperkovic holds a BFA from Ryerson University’s School of Image Arts, a MFA from Le Fresnoy, Studio National des Arts Contemporains and a MDes from OCAD University. She is currently a PhD candidate at York University in Cinema and Media Studies.
Slavica Ceperkovic is currently a full-time professor at Seneca College at the York University Campus in the School of Media.