Zenovia Toloudi

  • Assistant Professor, Studio Art

  • D.Des., Intl Assoc. AIA

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Zenovia Toloudi is architect, artist, and Assistant Professor of Architecture at Studio Art, Dartmouth College. Her work critiques the contemporary alienation of humans from nature and sociability in architecture and in public space, and investigates spatial typologies to reestablish cohabitation, inclusion and participation through digital, physical, and organic media. The founder of Studio Z, a creative research practice on art, architecture and urbanism, Zenovia has exhibited internationally, including at the Biennale in Venice, the Center for Architecture, the Athens Byzantine Museum, the Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art and the Onassis Cultural Center. She has won commissions from Illuminus Boston, and The Lab at Harvard. Zenovia's work belongs to permanent collections at Aristotle University (AUTh), and the Thracian Pinacotheca.

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310 VAC, Studio Art
HB 6081

Education

  • D Des (2011) Harvard University, Graduate School Design
  • M Arch (2006) Illinois Institute Technology, College of Architecture
  • Dipl Arch Eng (2003) Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Polytechnic School
  • Erasmus Exchange Program, Tampere University of Technology, School of Architecture

Selected Publications

  • Toloudi, Z. Architecture and Living Matter(s): From Art/Architectural Installations to Metabolic Aesthetics, The Routledge Companion to Biology in Art and Architecture, ed. Charissa Terranova and Meredith Tromble, Routledge Press, 197-217 LINK 

  • Toloudi, Z. Hacking Light, Organs Everywhere, ed. Simone Ferracina, Vol. 5 (New York, NY, 2017) 140-147 LINK

  • Toloudi, Z. Are We in the Midst of public Space Crisis? The Conversation (2016) LINK (original version, also published in Huffington Post, discussed in TrueReddit, and featured in The Aspen Institute)

  • Toloudi, Z. The Capsule as Cyborg Bioarchitecture, Technoetic Arts Journal, Volume 14, Issue 1-2: Complexism (Intellect Books, 2016) 95-104 LINK

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Selected Works & Activities

EXHIBITIONSTechnoecologies, Storrs Gallery, UNCC, Charlotte, NC (solo exhibition), 2018A Temporary Museum of Ideas in the Making, Strauss Gallery, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH (curated), 2018Tomorrows, Diplareios School (Onassis Cultural Centre/Stegi), Athens, Greece, 2017 Speak! Listen! Act!, Strauss Gallery, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH (also curated), 2016Leslie Center for the Humanities, Dartmouth College (art collection), 2016   Illuminus Boston, HUBweek, Fenway, Boston, MA (public space)Optotopia, New College of Optometry (NECO), Boston, MA (solo)       metamaquette, Strauss Gallery, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH (solo)
, 2014MC Redux, Thessaloniki, Greece
, 2014Designing for Free Speech, Theatrum Mundi, AIA New York, Center for Architecture, New York, NY
, 2014Threcian Pinacotheca, Alexandroupolis, Greece (public space), 2014Industry Lab, Cambridge, MA (solo), 2013Stata Building, MIT, Cambridge, MA (public space)
, 2012Garden Lab, Brant Gallery, MassArt, Boston, MA, 201213.3 Percent, Los Angeles, CA
, 2010The Lab at Harvard 2010/11 Opening Celebration, Cambridge, MA, 2010
Artrages: Surrealestate Exhibition, East Boston, MA
 2010,SWANDAY 2010 [Support Women Artists Now], Cambridge, MA, 2010Video Art Festival Miden 2009: Urban [R]evolutions, Kalamata, Greece, 2009Un-built, The Athens Byzantine and Christian Museum, Athens, Greece, 20081st Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art: Other places, Thessaloniki, Greece
arch.city.art, Chicago, IL, 2007Venice Biennale 2006: Cities. Architecture & Society, Venice, Italy, 2006Vagabond: Art in Action, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2004Amour Amour: Oktana, the utopian city, Technopolis – Gazi, Athens, Greece, 2001Big Torino 2000, Biennale Arte Emergente, Torino, Italy
Aristotle, 2000University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece (public space), 2000