Stephanie Cardon

Stephanie Cardon is a cross-disciplinary artist from France and the United States with long-standing interest in space and architecture, language and text-based forms, photography and the image. Her current work and research focuses on how one’s perception and experience of space and distance can be altered through patterns and interference. She also works as one half of the collaborative Cardon+McNulty with Marc McNulty, her partner, a sound artist and composer to create large immersive installations.

In 2014, Cardon was a Boston Artadia Award finalist. Her work has been supported by the Saint Botolph Club Foundation and the Institut Français’s Willa Médicis Hors-les-Murs. It has been exhibited nationally at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, The Wassaic Project, the Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA), Boston Sculptors Gallery, kijidome, Kingston Gallery, Fountain, Jane Deering Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, among others, and internationally at Gerlier Michèle Chomette (Paris), Sotheby’s Conduit Street Gallery and Hoopers Gallery (London), Fondazione Forma per la Fotographia (Rome), the Off Festival of the Rencontres Internationaled de la Photographie (Alres, France).

She has been an artist in residence at The Wassaic Project, Ucross Foundation, AIRIE (Artist in Residence in the Everglades) and with the Berwick Institute’s Bumpkin Island project. In 2013, she was awarded a place in the Warhol Foundation | Creative Capitol Arts Writing workshop, run by AICA/USA. Cardon holds a BA in History and Modern Languages from the University of Oxford, a graduate certificate in Photography from ICP, and an MFA in Photography and Interrelated Media from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She was Executive Editor of Big Red & Shiny, a non-profit organization and online publication about contemporary art issue and ideas from 2012-2015, has taught in the art department at UMass Lowell and the Studio Foundation Department at MassArt, and has co-facilitated professional development workshops for artists with Global Crit Clinic in Dakar, Sengal.