Camila Marambio

She is a curator, writer, and somatic researcher. Her essays, inquiries, and drifts contribute to the decolonization of nature conservation, environmental humanities, performance, transfeminism, and crip theory.

She currently lives and works in Borikén, Puerto Rico, where she is the Curator of New Perspectives for Para La Naturaleza. From 2010 until her retirement in 2023, she led the queer ecological practice Ensayos. In 2022, Camila curated the Chile Pavilion at the Venice Biennale; in 2021, she was a postdoctoral researcher at the Royal Art Academy in Stockholm, and in 2020, her book “Slow Down Fast, A Toda Raja” was published.

She holds a PhD in Curatorial Practice from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia (2019), a master’s degree in Modern Art: Critical Studies from Columbia University, New York (2004), and another in Experiments in Art and Politics from Sciences Po in Paris (2011). Her performative practice has been presented at Weld in Stockholm, Gessnerallee in Zurich, nadaLokal in Vienna, Liquid Architecture in Melbourne, Cage in New York, Institute of Modern Art in Brisbane, Watermill Center in Long Island, and the Museum of Solidarity in Santiago, among others. Her upcoming book, “Sandcastles: A Queerfemme Proposition on Cancer Ecologies,” will be published in late 2024.

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