Cori Cannavino is an artist / archivist working in digital media. Her work is informed by Dora Kalff's research in the development of Sandspiel, or Sand Play, a Jungian methodology utilizing sand, water, and living archetypes; represented by figurines and miniatures. Kalff argues that materials and their chosen arrangements are imbued with psychic matter, a belief inherent to ritual composition. Cori recently completed research in Naples, Italy on precipios, or cribs, experimental Nativity scenes which archive the figures and customs of the Neapolitan cultural imagination. 

2022, Club George Gallery, Do a Little Holy Thing
2019, Hampshire College Gallery, In Light I4

2023, Media Arts Center, University of Chicago, NOT.GLI.TC/H
2022, Gallery 263, Notes on Shapeshifting
2022, The Pushkin Gallery, Gravity Hill
2020, Anchor House of Artists, The Path was Green in the May Light

2019, Foundacion Alejo Carpentier, Big Tree


2023, Digital Domestic Work Sampler, Rhizome Microgrant Awardee