Camilla Alberti (Milan, 1994). She obtained a MA in Visual Arts and Curatorial Studies at NABA. As a visual artist, she works on the ways in which the world is constantly constructed and inhabited, focusing on the relationships between the different living species and the space that surrounds them. Recent exhibitions: Plymouth Contemporary, KARST, Plymouth UK (2021); Impermanence, Ipercubo Gallery, Milan (2020); Agli scultori giovani, Villa Necchi Milan (2019); Swamp School, Lithuanian Pavilion, Venice Architecture Biennale (2018); Questions on the living, Aa29 Project Room, Milan (2018). Residencies: NAHR, Val Taleggio (2021); Casa degli Artisti, Milan (2020/2021); Neuro_Revolution Air, Trieste (2019). Special Project: artist selected by Hyundai Europe for new vehicle launch campaign (2021).
Short Statement: Her practice reflects on the concept of building worlds, on the roles and relationships that each inhabitant (human and non-human) defines with his being in the world. She collects abandoned objects, industrial waste and organic fragments in a process of urban archaeology. She investigates ruins as active and metamorphic spaces (Augè, 2004) and creates hybrid spaces in which materials dialogue with each other in decentralised structures inspired by plant interconnections and fungal lattices.
Through sculpture, painting and installation she builds micro-worlds based on hybridisation and inter-species collaboration. Her current work focuses on imaginaries and narrative methods that can modify the human being in the world. She rethinks bodies as spaces and transforms them into multiple, hybrid and monstrous organisms.