Stephanie Cardon creates a nexus between fiction and history, a place half-reliable, half-confabulated. Her pieces use photography, the written word, and installation forms. They draw on storytelling, map spaces both visually and verbally, investigate historical texts and literary classics, create photographic archives.
Cardon’s work has been shown internationally at the Galerie Michèle Chomette, Paris; at the Arles Photography Festival by Le Garage; Sotheby’s Conduit Street Gallery and Hoopers Gallery, London; The International Center of Photography and An American Space Gallery, New York City; Jane Deering Gallery, Kingston Gallery, Samsøn Projects, Atlantic Works, Mount Ida College and The Massachusetts College of Art and Design, among other places. It has been reviewed and published by Art New England, The Bostonist, Paris Art, Art Review U.K., Camera Austria, Photos Nouvelles. Cardon is a grantee of the French Ministry for Culture, the Ucross Foundation and the Artists in the Everglades residency program. A graduate of the University of Oxford (1999) and The International Center of Photography in New York (2001), she received her MFA in Interrelated Media from The Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2010.
Cardon lives and works in Boston, Massachusetts.