Cinzia Campolese is an artist living in Montreal. Her practice includes installations, sculptures, videos and prints. Working on different scales, she investigates the concepts of perception and awareness of space in both digital and physical environments.
Her artworks were exhibited at cultural institutes, galleries, and cultural events such as Stereolux (Nantes), Goethe Institut (Montreal), B39 space (Seoul), Adiacenze Gallery (Italy), Biennale Chroniques (Marseille), Centre Wallonie-Bruxelles (Paris), Phi Centre and Mutek (Montreal).
In her recent bodies of works, she has been working on the creation of interactive pieces and light sculptures, like Error and the piece Frame of Reference, with which she received the "Art Collector" prize in November 2019 in Paris.
In the last years she started a series of multidisciplinary works that gravitates around the impact of connected devices and surveillance.
The piece In between, you, the series of prints and in-situ installation called Reloading the real and both web and physical-based pieces, Idle and Confinement.lands.
Her projects were featured on L'Œil, Vice, Aesthetica Magazine, Juliet Art Magazine, Archdaily, Fubiz and she has been included in the Exibart book "222 emerging artists worth investing in" 2019.