Cazabon was born in Detroit, Michigan and currently resides in Baltimore, Maryland. Her photographic and installation work has been shown in the United States and Canada. During the fall of 2003 she was in residence in Cassis, France under a fellowship from the Camargo Foundation working on a project concerning technology in the homes of residents of Marseille, France. Solo exhibitions have taken place at Hallwalls in Buffalo, Artists Space in New York, Schroeder Romero in Brooklyn, Vox Gallerie in Montreal, and the Mattress Factory in Pittsburgh. Recent group exhibitions featuring her work have taken place at The Betty Rymer Gallery at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Art in General in New York, and Portland Institute for Contemporary Art. Her work has been featured in a number of publications, most recently in the exhibition catalog "Story of M" produced by Hallwalls.

Project Description:

The artist will create a web-based project that investigates the psychological and emotional connections between people and technology. The site will be conceived as part archive and part "final resting place" for obsolete technological objects. The project explores the concept of virtual space as both non-physical and quasi-spiritual and delineates a definition of what technology is. The site will also be used as an access point for participation: members of the general public will be able to send an image of a piece of technology they still own but no longer use with frequency, in conjunction with statements recalling the approximate span of time the tool was in use, as well as any relevant associative information the user can recall in connection to the object. The site will serve as a kind of funeral home/cemetery as well as a portal to the space between people and the technological objects they own and use.