Laura Cascone is a painter and performer, her installations are based on painting although her current research practice incorporates the use of unusual materials such as canvas rolls, fabric, masks. The artistic journey of Laura began with the use of color as a primary communicative tool and then evolved into poetic research of the intimate human nature through multidisciplinary activities.
She has exhibited her work in more than 23 solo exhibitions and performances, taking part regularly in artistic events and projects, exploring alternative languages taken from theatre and music. She cooperates with public and private partners, including Museums, EU Institutions and galleries. After graduating in Political Science at Padua University, Laura specialised in Human Rights with a thesis on art as a tool of awareness. She then moved to France working for the Cultural Heritage Service of the Council of Europe and finally settled in Brussels in 2002. From 2008 to 2011, Laura worked as an art curator for the Culture Directorate of the EU Commission, proposing and organizing European exhibitions. In 2010 she concluded her sixth year at the Academy of Fine Arts and then specialized in Art therapy for two years. In 2013 she opened KROMA, a creative space supporting art initiatives.