Beatriz Caravaggio was born in Oviedo and graduated in English Studies from her hometown university. She then moved to Madrid, where she studied music and cinematography.
The focus of her artistic and professional activity is primarily video art and non-fiction film. Her work includes video installations, creative documentaries, photography and net art.
Among the venues where her works have been shown are: the Museum of Fine Arts in Bilbao, Fundació Joan Miró and the Centre de Cultura Contemporània in Barcelona; Museo Reina Sofia, La Casa Encendida, Círculo de Bellas Artes and MediaLab Prado in Madrid; the Patio Herreriano Museum in Valladolid; the Toledo Museum of Art in Ohio, United States; the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity and Soundstreams (Toronto) in Canada; the Biennale of Electronic Arts Perth in Australia; and Rockport Chamber Music in Massachusetts, United States.
She has received numerous awards and grants, including a film production grant from the Spanish Film and Audiovisual Arts Institute (ICAA); a creative grant from the Centro de Creación Contemporánea Matadero Madrid; the Oscil.lant Award from Festival Mínima for ¿Por qué mutan las moscas mecánicas? and the Net.Art Visual Prize for her work Cartografía de la sospecha.
Photo: © Benjamin Vine