Cassandra Zampini is a New York-based new media artist. She creates internet-mined artworks from social media and other internet sources that aim to stimulate introspection about the temporary and permanent effects of our ever-evolving technological world. Her work has been included in group exhibitions throughout the country, most recently at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas; The Center for
Creative Photography, at the University of Arizona; The Arnot Art Museum in Elmira, NY, the Griffin Museum of Photography, and is an invitee for the current traveling
show, A Yellow Rose Project. Zampini’s work has been featured in publications such as The Atlantic, The Art Newspaper, and The Collector Daily. In addition, her artwork is collected by private, public, and corporate collections including the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston and Amundi Pioneer Investments in Boston. She is currently an Artist Fellow at the National Arts Club in New York.