Camila Marambio

Camila Marambio, portrait
Camila Marambio, portrait

Camila Marambio is a curator, a private investigator, a permaculture enthusiast, an amateur dancer, and a collaborative writer. In 2010 she founded and now directs the nomadic research program “Ensayos.

Ensayos brings together artists, scientists and locals to exercise speculative and emergent forms of eco-cultural ethics at the world’s end.

Marambio has a PhD in Curatorial Practice from Monash University, Australia (2019), a Master of Experiments in Arts and Politics from Science Po (2012) and an MA in Modern Art: Critical Studies from Columbia University (2004). During 2020 she is Guest Curator of the Extended Research Project at the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Research Institute for the Study of Art from Latin America of the Museum of Modern Art and Curatorial Advisor of the Venice Biennale (2022).

She is co-author of the books “Slow Down Fast“, “A Toda Raja” with Cecilia Vicuña (Errant Bodies Press, 2019) and “Sandcastles: Cancerous Bodies” and their “Necro/Powers” with Nina Lykke.

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