1984 · Spain
Working in endlessly new and innovative mediums, Camila Cañeque’s artwork aims to reflect the infeasibility of meaningful action. Questioning the preconceived notions of the influence of the individual, she explains that her work is “conceived as an art of inaction.” Through mixed mediums and an interdisciplinary approach; her installations, performance, writing, and videos underline a condition of irreversibility and open the door to a sense of personal and individual responsibilities.
Born in Barcelona, Spain in 1984, Camila Cañeque now lives and works in New York City. Her work has been featured in renowned publications including Art Observed, Hyperallergic, The Journal, BOMB Magazine, El País La Vanguardia, and El Mundo.
Cañeque has shown her work in notable venues such as The Kitchen, Microscope Gallery, Queens Museum of Art, SOHO20 Gallery, and the VERBO Festival of the Vermelho Gallery or Fabra i Coats. She has participated in artist residencies globally, including at Nida Art Colony in Lithuania, Largo das Artes in Rio de Janeiro, Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik in Berlin, and the Nau Estruch Space for Performing Arts in Sabadell.
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