Cinzia Cremona is an Italian and British artist and researcher. She graduated at Central Saint Martins (University of the Arts London, UAL) in 2003 and completed the practice-based PhD Intimations: Videoperformance and Relationality at the University of Westminster in 2014, also in London.
Her videoperformances and networked performances focus on intimate and social interactions. Her key concerns are gendered mediated relationality and performativity in the context of emerging technologies. Her key body of work Intimations consists of five videoperformances experimenting with liveness and relationally mediated by the screen.
Her works have been exhibited in China, Europe, the USA, Russia and Japan.
The book Rewind Italia: Early Italian Video Art (2015) includes her chapter Authorship, collaborations and international contaminations: Videoperformance in Italy in the ‘70s. The book European Women Video Art (EWVA) contains her chapter Desire for More (2018). With Dr Marsha Bradfield, she is co-editor of the Critical Practice publication Non-commercial Practices of Market #TransActing Value, published by Intellect.
She is a research fellow at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (University of Dundee). She is a member of the research cluster Critical Practice based at Chelsea College of Art and Design (UAL) and was co-curator of the moving image and performance exhibition Visions in the Nunnery at the Nunnery Gallery, London, between 2007 and 2016.
She is also an associate lecturer at Wimbledon College of Art (University of the Arts London).