Cinzia Campolese is an Italian-born, Montreal-based artist.
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 Goethe Institut (Montreal), B39 space (Seoul), Adiacenze Gallery (Bologna), Wood Street Gallery (Pittsburgh), Biennale Chroniques (Marseille), Stereolux (Nantes), Centre Wallonie-Bruxelles (Paris), Art Souterrain, Phi Center and Mutek (Montreal).
In the last years, she started a series of multidisciplinary works that gravitates around the impact of connected devices and surveillance.
Her projects were featured on L'Œil, Vice, Aesthetica Magazine, Gallerytalk, Juliet Art Magazine, Archdaily, Fubiz and she has been included in the Exibart book "222 emerging artists worth investing in" 2019.