About Albina Colden
Albina Colden is a psychologist, consultant and visual artist. She is particularly interested in the performative aspects of trauma, memory and identity, and explores these ideas both through psychological research and through art.
Unafraid to embrace the fictions of nostalgia, Albina loves fountain pens, vintage bicycles and film cameras. She has lived in too many places over the course of her life and is never sure how to describe where she is from - but she feels most at home in coastal New England.
Albina is a visiting professor at
Sigmund Freud University in Vienna, Austria and a co-founder of Colden Studios. She splits her time between Boston and Vienna.
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