Camila Sposati

São Paulo, SP, 1972.
Lives and works in São Paulo, SP.

PIPA 2011 nominee.

Video made by Matrioska Filmes exclusively for PIPA 2011.

About the artist

M.A. in Fine Arts at Goldsmith’s College, University of London, supported by CAPES/apARTES and VIRTUOSE (Minsitry of Culture, Brazil) scholarships.
Post-graduate Photography at the Centro di Ricerca de la Fotografia, Pordenone, Italy.
1996 B.A. History, Pontificial Catholic University, Sao Paulo, Brazil

In 2009, she developed and exhibited the research entitled Crescimento Urbano e Processo de Crescimento de Cristal (“Urban Growth and Crystal Processes”) at TWS – the Tokyo Wonder Site, in Tokyo.

Through the British Council’s programme Artist Links, she developed Entropia: Fumaça e Cristal (“Entropy: Smoke and Crystals”), mediated by The Arts Catalyst, the science-art agency, at University College London in 2007. During this period she was also Resident Artist at Gasworks, in London.

In 2003, supported by an Aschenberg-UNESCO scholarship, she was Resident Artist at HIAP/ Cable Factory in Helsinki, Finland.

She created and coordinated the project Fluxo de Arte Belém Contemporâneo, in 2004.

Exhibitions in Brazil and abroad include Paço das Artes, São Paulo (2007); Tate Modern, London (2007); Instituto dos Arquitetos do Brasil-SP, São Paulo (2008) and Eleven Rivington Gallery, New York (2008).

In 2009 she had a solo exhibition entitled “Nucleation” at Casa Triangulo gallery, in Sao Paulo. She took part in the 7th Mercosul Biennial in Porto Alegre, as well as developed a research project with Radar at Loughborough University.

She currently lectures contemporary Visual Communication and Photography at the Instituto Europeo de Design, in São Paulo.

Represented by : Casa Triângulo.


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