The Tanne Foundation
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OPEN MIND//OPEN HEART/PASSION///CREATIVITY/FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION///SPIRIT
OPEN MIND//OPEN HEART/PASSION///CREATIVITY/FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION///SPIRIT

Brian Ginn

2014 Tanne Award Recipient
Atlanta, GA
interdisciplinary artist
*award shared with Bojana Ginn

Brian Ginn is an interdisciplinary artist. Ginn’s work involves both the creation of video art and the live manipulations of video in performance. He creates video with photographic techniques, computer creation and alteration. Ginn’s theater work has been performed with 7 Stages in Atlanta, Actor’s Express in Atlanta, and internationally with Dah Theater in Belgrade, Serbia. He composed the music and implemented the video for the world premiere of Caridad Svich’s Iphigenia Crash Land Falls on the Neon Shell that Was Once Her Heart (a rave fable) and introduced a new kind of scenography/videography juxtaposition for the world premiere of Hush: Composing Blind Tom Wiggins. Ginn designed, implemented, and projected video design for the world premiere theatrical adaptation of Ted Hughes’s Crow: From the Life and Sons of the Crow. In 2014/15 he collaborated with Bojana Ginn on a commissioned video art piece for Superica at the hot new Krog Street Market development in Atlanta. He also collaborated with her on _Recode. Play. Loop. (Swan Coach House Gallery) _where he rendered and finalized the video installation in one of the most gorgeous pieces seen anywhere this year. Brian also created videos projected in concerts in collaboration with various musical groups; and prepared and edited video for the Atlanta Debutant Ball. 

This bio/description was originally published in 2014 and updated in 2015. For more current information, please refer to the award recipient's website (if provided).