Carola Cintrón-Moscoso is a multidisciplinary artist born in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Her work combines; multimedia interactive installation, sound, video game, digital video, fibre arts and sculpture. Has an MFA from The School of Visual Arts in New York City, where she won the d.u.m.b.o. Arts Center and Experimental Television Center prize and participated of a residency at Diapason. Is the co-director of Diagonal, an artist-run space dedicated to the exploration and exhibition of contemporary practices in art, as well as the use of technology and media in art; and an art professor at The School of Fine Arts and Design of Puerto Rico, where she designed the sound and video art curriculum and the sound studio facilities for the Digital Art Department’s undergraduate program. In 2007, co-founded el módulo, a project dedicated to organizing and curating exhibitions and events related to electronic art. These events include Night of Electronic Art, in 2007 / 2009 / 2011, and Video Out: a Multi-channel video installation, which was held in Santurce, Puerto Rico.

She has been invited to do artist talks and participated of sound and contemporary art discussion’s panels, in Barcelona, New York and Puerto Rico. Her work has been reviewed nationally and internationally and forms part of museums and private art collections. Her work work has been exhibited extensively at different museums and art venues including: Km.0.2 (PR), East Side Gallery (NYC), Centro Cultural España (Perú), Arsenal de la Puntilla (PR), Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (Spain), CIRCA LAB + Circa International Art Fair (PR), Peripher (Switzerland), Museo de Arte Contemporáneo (Chile), China Millennium Museum (Beijing), Museo de Arte Contemporáneo (PR), Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park (Brooklyn, NY) and Convento de los Dominicos (PR), among others. Currently lives and works in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

[about her work]

Sound, video and interactivity are part of the multimedia art practice of Carola Cintrón-Moscoso. Her research / process explores cultural practices and rituals related to themes including memory, landscape and social participation. Her work responds to space, architectural landscape and social context, creating participatory and interactive work that reflects on concepts of identity with a ludic, playful, sometimes celebratory aesthetic.