Her strategic and tactical insight while defining industry-leading practices includes participatory research, foresight analysis and user-centred interaction design. She has worked as a national analyst for a leading Canadian Innovation fund, working with hundreds of new start-ups and established digital companies across Canada in development, production and marketing stages of product design.
Her contemporary art research 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 and has been reviewed in Art Press, Liberation, Le Figero and Beaux Arts Magazine.
Slavica has hosted lab workshops, exhibited her work and has lectured on new media and contemporary issues in Europe, Canada, United States, South America and United Arab Emirates. She previously taught at Alberta College of Art and Design in the Media Arts Digital Technologies department and Ryerson University in the New Media department. She 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 in New Media Studies from Ryerson University, a Masters of Fine Arts degree from Le Fresnoy, Studio National des Arts Contemporains and a Masters of Design in Strategic Foresight and Innovation from OCAD University. She is currently a PhD candidate at York University in Cinema and Media Studies
Slavica Ceperkovic currently resides in Toronto, Canada and is currently a full-time professor at Seneca @ York in the School of Media.