Christina-Shelagh Mongelli (b. Athens, 1991) is a multi-disciplinary artist and educator of Greek-British-Italian descent. Her practice privileges time-based media such as sound, performance, and video. Her research aspires to narrate new mythologies showcasing contemporary political, social and environmental concerns and negotiates the vibrations and distortions forming on the lacuna left open by the dichotomies dissonance/euphony, fiction/reality and machine/organic matter. She holds a BA in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London; a Master’s of Fine Art from the Slade School of Fine Art (UCL, University of London) and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education from Kingston University. Her recent work has been presented at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (London), Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow, the radio stations BBC Radio 6 and Resonance FM, as well as Milton Keynes Gallery. In addition, she has collaborated with the Athens-based collective Medea Electronique. She has been awarded the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Artist Fellowship by ARTWORKS (2022).
Data on A minor scale, 2019, performance
Digital Fossils (detail), 2019, digital photography
Liquid Crystal Displays, 2019, installation
Signal to Noise, 2021, Sound Piece
Suspended Sound, 2019