Cassandra Troyan

Cassandra Troyan is a filmmaker, artist, and writer who investigates the supposedly hidden structures of our desires by rendering visible the daily ways we make meaning in the world, and find ourselves in relation to others. She received her MFA from the University of Chicago in 2012, where she also currently teaches. She is the author of THRONE OF BLOOD (Solar Luxuriance 2013), and forthcoming in the fall, The Things We Embody Are The Things We Destroy (Tiny Hardcore Press 2013), and has screened, performed or exhibited her work nationally and internationally, at the Athens International Film Festival, Athens, OH; Moving Frames Festival in Mylitene, Greece; One Minute Film Festival, Narrowsburg, NY; PLUG Projects, Kansas City, MO; Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA; FASAD in Malmö, Sweden; Modern Art Oxford, UK; Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland; MASS MoCA, North Adams MA; Art Factory Malakta, Malax, Finland; PERFORMA 2011, New York City, NY; MK Gallery, Milton Keynes, UK; the SMART Museum of Art, Chicago, IL and the Logan Center for the Arts, Chicago, IL.