Stefano Cagol (1969, Trento), lives and works in Trento and Brussels.

Stefano Cagol works with video, photography and installation. The images in his photographic and video works are often turned upside down. After the Institute of Art in Trento, and after having completed his studies in 1993 at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera in Milan, Stefano Cagol received a post-doctoral fellowship by the Canadian government at Ryerson University in Toronto. He attended the Internationale Sommerakademie für Bildende Kunst in Salzburg and the ICP-International Center of Photography in New York. He was artist in residence at the Künstlerhaus in Salzburg, at the Leube Group Art's Program of Gartenau, Austria and at the IOR in London in 2003 and in 2005. In 1998 he took part in the Marshall McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology in Toronto.
Cagol had a solo show at MART - Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Trento and Rovereto in 2000. His art public intervention for "Artists' bridges" in Bolzano took place in 2002. In 2004 he exhibited at Superdeluxe in Tokyo and the project room by Stefan Stux Gallery in New York. Among his personal exhibitions, in 2005: Babylon Zoo at the Oredaria Gallery in Rome and a solo exhibition in London at Platform titled "LIES". In 2006, he showed the "Power Station" as part of an official satellite project of the Singapore Biennale (the only Italian presence) and for the 4th Berlin Biennale the special project "Bird Flu / Vogelgrippe".In 2007 he completed a public art installation as a one year long commission for the museum façade at BeursSchouwburg in Brussels, a project - together with Stealth.ultd, Rotterdam - at Kunst Merano Arte for 'From & to', a permanent public art installation, a public intervention in Venice called "Head Flu" and a solo show at NADiff - New Art Diffusion, Tokyo. Works of Stefano Cagol are held in the collections of Videoteca of GAM, Torino, Mart, Museum of Modern and Contemporay Art of Trento e Rovereto and at Galleria Civica d'Arte contemporanea di Trento.


artista: Stefano Cagol


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