Cari Freno (b. Cleveland, Ohio) is an artist living and working in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her work draws inspiration from the fields of psychology and education and their focus on the human condition.
Cari has exhibited both nationally and internationally including venues in Chongqing, China and Berlin, Germany. Her work has been exhibited at Redux Contemporary Art Center in Charleston, South Carolina and in various other national exhibitions.
She was an artist-in-residence at the Pajama Factory in Williamsport, Pennsylvania and she recently presented her work as a guest critic at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine and was included in the 20/92 Video festival at the Icebox project space in Philadelphia.
She is currently an assistant professor at Ursinus College.
All videos courtesy of the artist
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