Artworks
Contemporay performace
00:05:00 min
2018
Performance, Video, AR
2019
Public Art and community engagement
From February to August 2018
2018
Multimedia site specific installation
2018
Workshop
2017
Video Art and multimedia installation
2018
Video mapping Installation
2014
Curated Exhibition
2018
Multimedia Installation
September 27th - October 16th
2017
Activation and Interactive Sculpture
2017
Graphic Design - Poster
2014
Curatorial Project for Collective Exhibition + International Conference
September 29- October 13
2017
Contemporary Performance
June 8th, 9th, 10th (60 minute) + free improvisation on June 10th (1.30am-5:30am)
2017
Graphic Design, Illustration, audience engagement
2017
Screenprinting on canvas
9'x3'
2017

Salotto_uno: Living Room 07/09/2016

Video mapping Installation
2016
Performance
00:07:00 min
2018
Performance Arts
2018
drywall, Lovable wall, Google Earth VR, Video, Wood, 3D Modeling
8'x8'x8'
2017
art exhibition and event
02/03/2017 - 02/17/2017
2017
Shelves, Pedestals, Screws
2017
Clock mechanisms, rubber strings
Variable
2017
Video
14.00min
2015
Collaborative Dance Video Project
20 minutes
2017
AudioVideo installation + Canvas, Pad, Pills, Tampon, Golden Paint
2:00 min
2016
Comic Art, Graphic Journalism
2013
Interactive scultpure
G-enga is an interactive sculpture by Zoe Cinel inspired by the game Jenga and by the Rosetta Stone that uses interactivity and play to familiarize the audience with the genome. As the Rosetta Stone has done for language, genomic research has done for deciphering DNA code and as a result human connections. Visitors are invited to arrange any number of the 550 large wooden pegs that either contain phrases, questions, concerns, and facts about the genome or is left blank for the visitor contribute their thoughts and responses to what they learned about the genome.
2018

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  • Performance coming soon at Fresh Oyster Performance Research, April 18th, 2019,     
  • We are excited to announce that CarryOn Homes has won the Creative City Challenge 2018 commission to build a multi-functional pavilion hosting these stories of immigrants in Minnesota, where individuals come together to explore the concept of home through community gatherings, workshops, live performances and personal reflection. Home is a universal idea that transcends divisions by race, religion, gender identity, and class. Join us at The Commons park in downtown Minneapolis, as we celebrate t…
  • Zoe Cinel updated the Artwork G-enga
  • Zoe Cinel updated the Artwork It's Not That Simple
    It’s Not That Simple was perfomed as a response to Declared Void II by Carey Young, using the artwork as a stage. It’s Not That Simple showed how immigrants’ lives are entangled in complex systems of legality, politics, and relationships, that legitimize their right to exist in the space. In this power dynamic migrants have to constantly adapt and struggle to fit.
  • Zoe Cinel updated the Artwork You Are Here
    You Are Here is one’s virtual journey to home, where home is an unreachable space in memory. Borders—these imposed political constructs on land—are impactful and internalized. When crossing borders, migrants are forced to become vulnerable monitored bodies, performing identities that allow them the right of passage in their rite of passing through life in this contemporary world. They drag their memories of land and culture all along their journey with the hope to relive those memories in …
  • We are excited to announce that CarryOn Homes has won the Creative City Challenge 2018 commission to build a multi-functional pavilion hosting these stories of immigrants in Minnesota, where individuals come together to explore the concept of home through community gatherings, workshops, live performances and personal reflection. Home is a universal idea that transcends divisions by race, religion, gender identity, and class. Join us at The Commons park in downtown Minneapolis, as we celebrate t…
  • Zoe Cinel updated the Artwork G-enga
  • Zoe Cinel updated the Artwork Place Holder
    Place Holder was a platform for portraying the condition of migration in the globalized world. Borders are constructed and legitimized by representations, such as maps, that are created by the system in power. From the migrants’ standpoint, the border is also internalized, as their sense of self is stuck in a cross-cultural limbo. Migrants must submit to digital surveillance over their identity and physical form when moving across aerial borders. That makes them vulnerable and trackable. This …
  • Zoe Cinel updated the Artwork Place Holder
    Place Holder was a platform for portraying the condition of migration in the globalized world. Borders are constructed and legitimized by representations, such as maps, that are created by the system in power. From the migrants’ standpoint, the border is also internalized, as their sense of self is stuck in a cross-cultural limbo. Migrants must submit to digital surveillance over their identity and physical form when moving across aerial borders. That makes them vulnerable and trackable. is co…
  • Zoe Cinel updated the Artwork Shadow Theatre
    Socrates: Later, however, he would be able to view the things themselves (the beings, instead of the dim reflections). But within the range of such things, he might well contemplate what there is in the heavenly dome, and this dome itself, more easily during the night by looking at the light of the stars and the moon, [more easily, that is to say,] than by looking at the sun and its glare during the day. Plato, “The Allegory of the Cave”, Republic, VII 514 a, 2-517 a, Translation by T…