PeruArtist and SMArt
Camila Rodrigo’s recent works articulate visual and spatial situations that are strained by the uses and abuses of man in the material world. Without specifying areas of specific meaning, her artworks rely on sculpture, photography, Chemigrams and photocopy to install an intentionally incomplete system, marked by gaps and voids, to simulate an unlearning process. Her gaze covers the result of erosion, of what we consider “natural,” and gathers data with which she later creates new topographies. Identifying outlines that – while remaining distinctive of the matter – can be interpreted as arbitrary, incomprehensible, disjointed from our daily life.
Studied photography at “Centro de la Imagen” in Lima – Peru
2014 – Masters degree “Mal de foco” in Latin American Photography at “Centro de la Imagen”
2010 – Masters degree at Forma-Naba in Milan in Photography and Visual Arts
2010 – Chosen as a part of “Re generation: Photographers of tomorrow” by the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, finalist of the Lacoste Elysée prize that year
Her projects have been exhibited in Arles, Amsterdam, Argentina, Chile, Barcelona, London, Lausanne, Lima, Mexico, Milan, Miami, New York, Ping Yao and other cities. Her work has been published in Chile, United States, Spain and Switzerland.