Cassandra Zampini is an American visual artist who uses traditional photography and photographic compilations to respond to the evolution of contemporary culture in the age of technology. Her most recent series “Data Mine,” uses software to download thousands of ‘selfies,’ which not only brings awareness to our vulnerability, but acts as an anthropological overview of our contemporary culture not possible before machines were able to compile such a wide-range of human created content.

Cassandra Zampini’s is represented by Rick Wester Fine Art in New York. Her work has been published in The Atlantic, and has been shown at numerous galleries and exhibitions including Carroll and Sons Art Gallery, 555 Gallery and exhibited at Boston’s City Hall by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 

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