Forbidden Fruit; (2009); TRT: 4.44
Lost in a Glass of Water; (2013); TRT: 2.06
Toxic Park; (2012); With Emita Frigato; Digi; TRT: 11.22
Una Sporca Vacanza (the Dirty Vacation); (2005); TRT: 7:00
Cinzia Sarto was born in Italy, holds a bachelors degree in Architecture from the Cooper Union University of New York. Although she has worked for many years as an architect she is now more involved with visual experimentation from documentary to video-art and theater video-set.
Her visual research focuses primarily on the experience of human bodies within the landscape they choose to inhabit. Her documentary “Femmina per Grazia Ricevuta” (co-directed with Lina Cascella) was awarded fist price at Campania Spot Festival (2006), her more experimental work “Una Sporca Vacanza” won the Video art first price at DigiFestival.Net ’07 and also at Tam Tam Digifestival ’07.
Her work has screened at Anthology Film Archive (U.S.A.), Videoholica 2011 (Bulgaria), Vox Feminae Film Festival 2010 (Croatia), Transverse VT 2 International Digital Art IDAproject (Australia/Japan/China), Museo de Arte Moderno de Cartagena (Colombia), Halles S. Gery (Bruxelles), Douz and Mille Gallery (U.S.A.), product-Festival of Contemporary Art 2008 (Bulgaria), Arcipelago Bit Aly (Italy), Utsikten Kunstsenter Center (Norway), Mark De Puechredon Gallery (Switzerland), 10m2 Gallery (Bosnia-Erzegovina), V/07 Venice Art Fair, Ardeo Trani Film Festival 2011 & 2007 (Italy), Choachella Music and Art Festival 2007(U.S.A.), Art Basel Miami 2006, Ela-Asia Art Taipei 2006 (Taiwan), Museo d’Arte della Citta’ di Ravenna, Malafemmina Video Film Festival (U.S.A.)
CINZIA SARTO STATEMENT:
I was always interested in counterculture, mostly on those individuals that have been able to find some personal freedom within their life, as a consequence I resent all that promotes the role of individuals as consumers of life. This has made me a stranger in my own country and a traveller for years. Video is the tool I use to unravel my own expectation while walking.