Maddie Casagranda is an interdisciplinary artist and MFA candidate in the Photography & Digital Media program at the University of Houston. She is also an educator with experience teaching art in high school, college and working as a teaching artist in her community. Working in alternative photographic processes, video, fibers, and installation, she draws meaning from these mediums and the materiality and history of the domestic space. Much of her current work explores representations of generational care and motherhood, addressing the mundane, unseen and gendered labor and gestures, systems and societal framework that affect women, and the maternal relationship with rest and community. 

She has had several solo exhibitions and her work has been included in many group exhibitions across the country and internationally, including at The Blaffer Art Museum, Elgin St. Studios, PH21 Gallery,, Utah Division of Arts & Museums, The Springville Museum of Art, The Southeast Center for Photography, and The Praxis Gallery.

All work © 2024 by Maddie Casagranda / All rights reserved.

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