Consuelo Cavaniglia is an interdisciplinary artist whose work focuses on how we see and understand space. Independent curatorial projects have consistently flanked her practice. She is a Masters of Fine Art candidate at Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney and has exhibited in various galleries nationally including Bus Projects, Melbourne, Central Gallery, Perth, and Verge Gallery, Sydney in 2016; TCB Inc. Melbourne, SCA Galleries, Sydney, and Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts in 2015; Sarah Cottier Gallery, Sydney, 55 Sydenham Road, Sydney, and Perth Centre for Photography in 2014; Firstdraft, Sydney, and Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, Perth, in 2013; and Galerie Düsseldorf, Perth, 2012. Consuelo was a recipient of a NAVA NSW Artist Grant and the Arts NSW Visual Art Fellowship (Emerging) and in 2016 undertook an artist residency in the Pilbara through FORM.
Untitled, 2016, pigment ink on archival paper, detail
in the distance a pool of light was not what it seemed, 2015, exhibition view, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts. Photo: Alessandro Bianchetti
Installation view, (front) Untitled (simultaneous spaces), 2016, galvanised steel, grey mirror and black acrylic 200 x 120 x 220 cm, (rear) Untitled, 2016, Pigment ink on wall, Dimensions variable, 2016 NSW Visual Arts Fellowship (Emerging), Artspace, Sydney. Photo: Zan Wimberley