Miruna Dragan

About Miruna Dragan

Miruna Dragan was born in Bucharest and grew up in New York and Los Angeles. She has also lived in Amsterdam, Beirut, and the island of Paros in Greece among other places, and is currently based in Calgary. Naturally, her work reflects themes of dispersion and transcendence through site-responsive acts. Working within and between the realms of intervention, video, fresco, drawing, and photography, Dragan’s projects have been exhibited locally and internationally at Museo de la Ciudad in Queretaro, Mexico (2009 & 2012), Khyber ICA in Halifax (2011), 98 Weeks Research Project at the Thessaloniki Biennale (2011), Truck Contemporary Art in Calgary (2010), the Calgary Biennial (2012), and the Alberta Biennial (2013). She has also made art for situations outside of the art-world, attended numerous residencies worldwide, holds an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, and teaches at the Alberta College of Art + Design.