Cinzia Mutigli

Cinzia Mutigli works across a range of media including text, performance and video linking her own story to wider cultural histories.

She considers how domestic, socio-political and popular cultural environments interact to impact our persona, psychologies and sense of self. Recurring themes and motifs include wallpaper, hair, rehearsals and putting on an act.

Cinzia was born in Edinburgh and is based in Cardiff. She graduated in Fine Art from Duncan of Jordanstone, Dundee (1993) and studied European FA Printmaking at Winchester School of Art (1994). Recent projects include Sweet Wall, Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh (2020); Cheery Like Lorraine Kelly’s Cheery (text) for ON CARE, Ma Biblioteque (2020); My Boring Dreams featuring Kylie, Neneh, Whitney and the Gang for Chips & Egg, The Sunday Painter Gallery, London (2019); and Diana Ross Shaped, Cubitt, London (2018). Mutigli has also worked collaboratively with Freya Dooley on several projects since 2013.

Cinzia Mutigli, I've Danced at Parties, 2021. Film still. Courtesy the artist.