Alexandra Busila is a volunteer Digital Curator and Moderator at Agora Digital Art

Alexandra Busila is a History of Art and Psychology graduate of the University of Glasgow.

She is most proud of her artistic research in which she experiments with purposeful gatherings, peer learning, collective emotions and social intimacy.

She is a sucker for anything that helps release endorphins in humans, be it serious or ridiculous, online or offline, and she is always working to create new ways for communities to engage with art. All for the sake of mental health.

The DSLcollection is Mind-blowing in an art game!

Rapidly evolving digital technologies offer unprecedented creative opportunities for digital artists, alongside the promise to disrupt strongly-held ideas about [...]

2021-08-13T08:02:23+01:005 February 2021|Agora Talks, Digital Art, Game Art, New Media Art, Virtual Reality|Comments Off on The DSLcollection is Mind-blowing in an art game!

Procreate and be a mother … – Helen Benigson and Paola Lucente

What does it mean to become a mother in the 21st Century? Alexandra Busila  |  Ed YoungMi Lamine  [...]

2021-04-24T04:31:13+01:0018 July 2020|Digital Art, In London, LGBTQIA+, New Media Art, Performance, Video Art|Comments Off on Procreate and be a mother … – Helen Benigson and Paola Lucente

How architecture enhances digital experiences?

Over the past few months, nostalgia has been omnipresent in our hyperconnected memory culture.  Alexandra Busila  |  Ed [...]

2021-04-24T04:15:52+01:008 July 2020|Agora Talks, Architecture Design, Art and Technology, Digital Art, Immersive Environment, In Cape Town, In London, New Media Art|Comments Off on How architecture enhances digital experiences?

How Digital Art subverts the gender imbalance in the arts

Women Artists Teaching Machines How To Dream ... Alexandra Busila  |  Ed Clare Deal  |  14 June 2020 [...]

2021-04-24T04:11:26+01:0020 June 2020|Agora Talks, Digital Art, In London, In Los Angeles, New Media Art, Performance|Comments Off on How Digital Art subverts the gender imbalance in the arts
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