Saverio Cantoni is a white, masculine-presenting cyborg, disabled artist based in Berlin. Saverio uses pronouns they/them and verbs declination in third singulars. Saverio was born and raised in Italy; they attended public schools and universities; after that, and while studying, they practiced photography. They slowly expanded their practice into moving images, textiles, installations, and sound-based arts, committing to artistic expression through machine reproducible experiences. Their research is oriented to social and environmental justice subjects; they question the dominant human perspective developing participative artworks that invite any agent to experience an inclusive form of interaction. Their works are equally informed by scientific research, speculative fiction, and mythologies; being a disabled artist, they is enthusiastic about somatic communism. They is working on the disappearance of the self to confront epistemological questions in artistic practice.

Saverio is actively participating in the Sickness Affinity Group (SAG), a group of art workers and activists who work on sickness/disability and/or are affected by sickness/disability. 

Saverio experiences access barriers and uses an Access Document/Rider when working.