Zsofia Valyi-Nagy


Zsofi Valyi-Nagy is a PhD candidate in modern and contemporary art interested in the intersection of art, technology, and gender. She received a dual BA in Visual Arts and Linguistics from the University of Chicago (2013) and an MSt in English Language from the University of Oxford (2014), where her master’s thesis traced linguistic changes in contemporary art criticism. Her dissertation project, “Vera Molnar’s Programmed Abstraction: Computer Graphics and Abstract Art in Postwar Europe” has received support from the Dedalus Foundation, the Franco-American Fulbright Commission, the DAAD, and the Center for Advanced Studies in the Visual Arts at the National Gallery of Art. She is also a practicing artist and holographer, and co-founded Speaking of Art: Artist Interviews in Scholarship and Practice.