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Cat Del Buono
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Bedford-Stuyvesant



ARTIST STATEMENT: I use video, installation, and street art to address social issues. Whether it’s multiple video monitors surrounding a room, street posters with feminist messages, or interactive performances with the pubic, I deliberately simplify issues such as gender and inequality by exaggerating the obvious. I find humor can be an effective method in the attempt to break down complex topics such as society’s arbitrary beauty standards and rape culture. And on the opposite end, showing the disturbing reality of these issues can make a bigger impact. With all my works, my goal is to influence as many people as possible and for us as a society to move beyond the status quo.
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ARTIST RESUME:


Education
2006-2008 School of Visual Arts, MFA in Photography, Video, and Related Media
1994-1995 New York University, Tisch School of Arts, Graduate Film Program
1992-1993 Emerson College, Film Production
1988-1992 Boston College, BA in Communications

Awards/Press
2016 The Portland Mercury, “Cat Del Buono’s Art of Witness,” by Megan Burbank, July 13
Orange County Register, “VOICES exhibit in Costa Mesa casts light on domestic violence in
our midst,” by Theresa Walker, February 11
Charlotte Observer, “Wintrhop exhibits use humor and harsh reality to examine domestic
issues,” by Barbara Schreiber, February 16
2015 Bronx Museum AIM Program, Bronx, NY
The Art Newspaper, “Artists respond to call from the Bronx,” by Victoria Stapley-Brown.
July 13
Miami Herald, “Silence is Domestic Violence’s Enabler” by Kinisha Correia. May 4
Miami Herald, “Hear the Voices of Domestic Violence Survivors," April 16
Miami New Times, “Cat Del Buono Brings Feminist Art to Miami” by Kat Bein. March 2
2014 Awesome Foundation Grant Winner
FEAST Finalist, Miami, FL
Miami New Times Mastermind Award Honorable Mention
Jezebel, " “Finally! A Video Guide that Shows Ladies How Not to Get Raped,”
by Erin Gloria Ryan. February 10, 2014
BuzzFeed, “Here’s Everything You Need to Do to Prevent Getting Raped,” by
Rega Jha. February 19
2013 Winner of Baang & Burne New Works Grant
2012 Best in Show, Art Place Wynwood, Miami, FL
Huffington Post, “6th Street Container Opens Cat Del Buono’s Vanity Unfair,”
Amanda McCorquodale. January 19
Gallery La Pan / Pantocrator, Summer Artist Residency, Barcelona, Spain
2011 East Hampton Star, "Take Four on Take 2" by Heather Dubin.
November 10
2010 2nd Prize, 13th International Open, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL
Art Slant, "Pool Party" by Natalie Hegert, Pool Art Fair review, March 5
2009 NYFA Strategic Opportunity Stipend
Juried Artist Program, Residency at ArtCenter, Miami Beach, FL
2008 Thomas Reiss Memorial Award, SVA Alumni Association
Visual Arts Journal, "Surrounded by America," publication, Fall 2008

Selected Exhibitions
2016 Winthrop University, Voices installation and panel discussion, Rock Hill, SC (solo)
Blue Sky Gallery, Voices installation and panel discussion, Portland, OR (solo show)
CURRENTS New Media Festival, Magdalena, NM
Intersectionality, MoCA Miami, Miami, FL
Chashama Gala, Beauty Box performance, New York, NY
2015 Bronx Calling: Third AIM Biennial group show, Bronx Museum, New York, NY
MoCA Miami, Meta-Gallery installation & panel discussion, Miami, FL (solo)
BRIC Gallery Open Call: The Artists Studio, Brooklyn, NY
2014 “Voices,” 20-channel installation, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL (solo)
Web Video Biennial, curated by Jose Vieria for Web Art Center
VIDEOMEDEJA, Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina, Serbia
Anthology Film Archives, Summer Series, New York, NY
“Outside the Box 2,” Whitespace: The Mordes Collection, W. Palm Beach, FL
2013 “Film Nights,” 5th Base Gallery, London
“Papay Gyro Nights – AIVA,” Papa Westray Island, Scotland and Hong Kong
“Next Stop:Wynwood,” The Art Place Wynwood (solo show)
2012 “Meta,” Gallery 263, Cambridge, MA
“Stories to Wake Up With,” The Market Studios, Dublin, Ireland
“Minutia Militia” Field Projects Gallery, New York, NY
“38th Street, 2pm,” Chashama Gallery, New York, NY
Fonlad Digtial Arts Festival, Coimbra, Portugal
Angelhom International Video Art Festival, Sweden
“Amid the Street Noise,” Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Fountain Art Fair, Art for Progress, New York, NY
“art:screen,” Vetlanda Museum, Sweden
“Vanity Unfair,” 6th Street Container, Miami, FL (solo show)
Fountain Art Fair, Art for Progress, New York
2011 Fountain Art Fair, Art for Progress, Miami, FL
Governors Island Art Fair, Governors Island, NY
Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Festival, Southampton, NY
2010 "Sanctioned Array," White Box Gallery, New York, NY
The Work Office exhibit, DUMBO Arts Festival, Brooklyn, NY
Pool Art Fair, "Pressure/Release,"ť collaborative performance/exhibit, New York, NY
"From the Center: Now!" Women's Caucus for Art National Exhibition, Chicago, IL
2009 "Public Feeding," video installation, DUMBO Arts Festival, Brooklyn, NY
Los Angeles International Short Film Festival, Los Angeles, CA
San Francisco Documentary Film Festival, San Francisco, CA
Art Video Screening, Bio Roxy, Orebro, Sweden
"Women Imaging Women," State Street Gallery, Chicago, IL
2008 "Surrounded by America," Thesis exhibit, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY
"All in Time," Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY
2007 "On View," Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY
2005 "Once Upon A Time in Italy" video installation, DUMBO Arts Festival,
Brooklyn, NY
2004 Group Show, Diane Biosvert Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
"War Forum," group show, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL
2003 "In the River," video installation on East River, DUMBO Arts Festival,
Brooklyn, NY

Publications
2016 Voices, Blue Sky Gallery exhibition catalogue and essay.
#ScopeSoMale article for Expose Art Magazine, March 6, 2016
2015 Who’s Afraid of Feminism? juried by Catherine Morris. Exhibition catalogue essay.
Voices: An Artist’s Perspective curated by Karen Gutfreund and Karen Teegarden.
Exhibition catalogue essay.
Miami Herald, Hear the Voices of Domestic Violence Survivors, Op-ed piece. April 16
 








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