Camila is a Brazilian multimedia artist working in both physical and digital realms. One of her main interests is exploring how technology can be a visual translator of physical experiments. Inspired by scholars and sci-fi writers such as Donna Haraway and Octavia Butler, her practice oscillates from painting to 3D and VR scenarios where she creates different characters and new worlds.
Camila Roriz was born in 1989 in Brazil and currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Roriz is currently part of the Cyberpunk and Capitalist Realism Study Group. The CCRSG is a multi-disciplinary group of academics, students, activists, artists and musicians instigated by Carmen Schmöl at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Their goal is to examine the cultural significance of cyberpunk by paying special attention to the entanglement of space and identities in the sphere of postmodernism and capitalist realism
Night Embassy, Jagermeister Project, Berlin, Germany, 2019
Factory Berlin x Sonar+D, Berlin, Germany, 2020
Titanik Galleria, Turku, Finland, 2020
Digital Artist Residency, https://linktr.ee/D_A_R, @digitalartistresidency, 2020
Heliodora Residency, Minas Gerais, Brazil, 2020
Digimind, @digitalartistresidency, 2020, Alteamento, curated by Gabriel Massan, http://refresco.art.br/alteamento/, 2020, Digidgtl fmnsm HOT MESS, HAU2 (Hebbel am Ufer), Berlin, Germany(2020), Empowe/AR Festival, Berlin, Germany(2019); “Deep Tissue”, Berlinskej model, Prague, Czech Republic , (2019), Night Embassy - Jagermeister Project, Berlin, Germany, (2019); High Heal - Void Sessions, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany, (2019); FACE-UP, Tate Modern Museum, London, UK, (2019); Segunda Edição do Prémio Paula Rego, Cascais, Portugal (2017); GAB-A, Belas-Artes ULisboa, Lisbon, Portugal (2017); Error ! Glitch, Estúdio Lâmina, São Paulo, Brazil (2016); REfluxo – Festival Experimental de Artes, Goiânia, Brazil (2016); Espaço Belas Artes, SP-Arte, São Paulo, Brazil (2016); “Cordão dos Mentecaptos” projeto do coletivo Assume Vivid Astro Focus, Pivô, São Paulo, Brazil (2016)
Creative Coding at School of Machines, making and Make-Believe, Berlin, Germany
BA, Visual Arts at Centro Universitário Belas Artes de São Paulo, Brazil.
MA, Painting at Faculdade de Belas-Artes da Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal.