walking with mysteries
walking with mysteries

Consuelo Cavaniglia

1971 - walking with mysteries 2013
  • pigment ink on archival paper
63 cm x 83 cm

Consuelo Cavaniglia is an interdisciplinary artist whose work focuses on how we see and understand space. Taking its cues from film, photography and architecture the work employs technically simple visual effects to distort perception and unsettle the relationship between viewer and space. The spaces alluded to in the work are illusory and imaginary – spaces of the psyche rather than the concrete world. Independent curatorial projects have consistently flanked Consuelo’s practice. She has developed a range of exhibitions including a major project involving the presentation of ephemeral artworks in public spaces.

Currently based in Sydney, Consuelo is a Master of Fine Art candidate at Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney. She has exhibited in various galleries nationally including 55 Sydenham Road, Sydney, 2014; Perth Centre for Photography, 2014; Firstdraft, Sydney, 2013; Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, Perth, 2013; Galerie Düsseldorf, Perth, 2012; Linden Arts Centre, Melbourne, 2008; Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts; and Sarah Cottier Gallery, Sydney, 2014.

Source: Perth Institute of Contemporary Art

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