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Andrea Wollensak

Wollensak’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and has been supported by a wide range of grants. In 2011, she will embark on a series of new site projects in Iceland. This work is funded by an Artist Fellowship from the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism; Research Matters and R.F. Johnson Grants from Connecticut College; and an Artist Residency at the Hafnarborg Museum in Hafnarborg, Iceland. Past residency projects include a mapping sound artwork featured in the International Gothenburg Biennial in Sweden (2007) and a video work for the Weir Farm Art Center in Wilton, Connecticut (2005). Wollensak has also been an artist-in-residence in Gothenburg, Sweden through IASPIS (2007), Saint-Lô, France (2003), Rockefeller Study and Conference Center in Bellagio, Italy (2000), Lorient, France (2000), and the Banff Centre for the Arts in Canada (1996). Andrea Wollensak is Professor of Art and teaches the Design Studies courses in Studio Art at Connecticut College. She is the Associate Director of Events at the Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology and coordinates the colloquia lecture series and curates the technology exhibition for the biennial symposium. Wollensak is also a partner in Leverkuhn Studio, an experimental design and sound studio in Mystic, Connecticut

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