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D O M I N I Q U E C R O   


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Dominique Cro

New media artist

Living and working in London



First Class BA Fine Art degree, Kingston University, 2015



Futures Past, arebyte Gallery,

27 October 2022 - 28 January 2023

Orbit: Ridley Road Digital Winter Series commission and screening, Ridley Road Market Bar, 2022, supported by Arts Council

Kammerflimmern, Heizhaus, Nuremberg, outdoor projection map + online screening, 2022

Xi-Clone Drēmzü: Dominique Cro x Ben Coiacetto, design and build by Typeone, hosted by ArtSect Gallery, online exhibition 2021

Routes: ReA! Art Prize Winners, Scalo Lambrate, Milan 2021


Correspondance x The Photographers' Gallery, online show, 2021

Tits & Co, online exhibition, 2020

660sqft, Affrica Studio, online exhibition, 2020

Running Time, Frigg Studio, London, 2020

Depictions of Living, The Art Pavilion, London, 2020


Art Fritter, Art Fritter Van Gallery, travelling exhibition, London 2020


London Group Open 2019, The Cello Factory, London, 2019

People Just Watch TV screening, It’s Her Factory, The Victoria, London, 2019


Green Fingers screening with Faultress, BBC Music Introducing Live, London 2018


Wearing a Stranger’s Genes screening, It’s Her Factory, The Victoria, London, 2018


TEDxTottenham, ADA College, London, 2017


IN-RESIDENCE, Kitsch Studio, London, 2016


Associates, Five Years Gallery, London, 2015


Kingston University Fine Art Degree Show, Kingston University, London, 2015


Bodmin, Kingston University, London, 2015 


Us and Things, Art Lacuna Gallery, London, 2015


Pasteurized Prepared Cheese Product, Cavendish Gallery, London, 2015

12 Hour Cell, Lilford Gallery, Canterbury, 2014

12 Hour Cell, The Kave Gallery,

St Leonards –on– Sea, 2014



Art Basel Miami: ArtSect Gallery OVR plots 2021

DCentral Miami 2021

ReA! Art Fair, Fabricca del Vapore, Milan, 2020, awarded the ReA! Art Prize 2020


Orbit: Ridley Road Digital Winter Series commission and screening, Ridley Road Market Bar, 2022, supported by Arts Council


Fr33dom Road, 2018, supported by Arts Council


12 Hour Cell, Stanley Picker Travel Award, Kingston University, 2013.


Orbit: Ridley Road Digital Winter Series commission and screening, Ridley Road Market Bar, 2022, supported by Arts Council

ID Me, Kingston University Printmaking Collection, Kingston University, London, 2014


Futures Past, arebyte Gallery, 2022

Issue 8: The Environmental Issue, Haus a Rest Zine, online feature, 2020


Power House, Standard, edition 1, 2016



RED-EYE, 2023

ReA!, 2023

Interview with arebyte Gallery on Futures Past, 2022

Como Mag, 2021

Dare Clan, issue 41, 2021


Artist at Cyclic Matter Arts Organisation 2019 - 2020

Doug Fishbone Residency, Kingston University, London, 2015

Bodmin Residency, Bodmin, Cornwall, 2014. Funded by the Stanley Picker Travel Award


Podcast Radio Marten 'Creasing Patterns in Image-led Societies', Cyclic Matter, Olho Marinho, Portugal, 2020



I knock on your skin, SET Woolwich, group show, 2022

ArtSect Gallery, Head of Arts and Exhibitions 2021 - 2022

Fr33dom Road, The Bernie Grant Art Centre, London, 2018. Supported by Arts Council England

Interfaces Monthly, Barbican x The Trampery, 2016 - 2018


Institutions I've worked with include Sadie Coles HQ, White Cube, David Zwirner, Barbican, Hayward Gallery, Auto Italia Gallery, ICA, Christie's, Perimeter Gallery, V.O Curations, SET Studios, The Trampery, Bernie Grant Art Centre, Convergence, Five Years Gallery, Stanley Picker Gallery and Dorich House Museum.

Full CV available upon request

Dominique Cro is a new media artist living and working in London. Cro utilises the concept of time travel to observe two major hyperobjects that continue to change the course of humankind – digitisation and the Chthulucene. Cro works in moving image, CGI animation, installation, photography and digital design. Her practice combines documentary of the current socio-ecological environment with speculative fiction. She applies feminist worldbuilding as a tool to explore alternative realities, with a focus on more-than-human perspectives.

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