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Laura Cascone is a painter and performing visual artist based in Brussels.

From an initial creative activity centered on a language based essentially on the evocative power of colour, she started to experiment with new materials, themes and languages, also through interactive performances and installations, sometimes sensorial, sometimes thematic. Her artistic journey is made up of various evolutionary stages but always with the idea that art should be a poetic search to investigate inner human nature through multidisciplinary activities, without excluding social and existential themes. Her artistic creation pursues aesthetic and metaphysical values in themselves, moving from the real to the surreal.

She has exhibited her work in more than 23 SOLO exhibitions and performances, taking part regularly in artistic projects, while exploring alternative languages taken from theatre and music. She cooperates with public and private partners, including museums, galleries, European Union  institutions . After graduating in political science, Laura specialised in human rights with a thesis on art as a tool of awareness. She then moved to France where she worked for the Cultural Heritage Service of the Council of Europe before finally settling in Brussels in 2002. From 2008 to 2011, Laura worked as an art curator for the Culture Directorate of the Commission of the European Union, there proposing and organizing European exhibitions. In 2010 she completed her sixth year at the Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels and then specialized in Art therapy for two years. In 2013 she opened KROMA, a creative space supporting art initiatives.