Anita Cazzola: “Soft Mapping”

March 1, 2018 Current, Exhibitions, Project Room

Soft Mapping draws upon contemporary perceptions of land in the Anthropocene, where digital maps and images of the earth mediate our connections to reality. The work positions human impact on land as a form of mark-making and considers how natural forces alter and absorb human actions as a form of resistance, reclamation and healing. Soft Mapping combines stitched and pieced textiles, video projection, cast surfaces and found forms to inhabit the intersection of geographical, human and digital spheres.

Anita Cazzola is a textile and installation artist, currently completing her BFA in Sculpture and Installation at OCAD University. This exhibition presents the body of work she has been building for her final Thesis project. More of Anita’s work can be found at