Cida de Aragon
MFA Candidate, Graduate Assistant
Cida de Aragon has lived in the UK, Germany, Australia, and Brazil. Her educational background includes a degree in Architecture from the University of Sao Paulo, a Masters in Computing in Design from Middlesex University, and an MA in Photography from Goldsmiths College. She works across boundaries between installation, video, photography, and sound. Recurrent themes in her work and research are: urban migrants, homelessness, identity, place, and the integration of media art into public space. She was awarded a commission for the Women’s Suffrage Memorial in Brisbane, Australia, and her installation ‘Wasted!’ was exhibited in the Newcastle Art Gallery.