Camila Sposati

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was born in Sao Paulo and has been living and working between Brazil and Europe for many years. Her works investigate transformation and energy processes, using methods that often approach scientific research methodologies. It has examined processes on microscopic and global scale, such as the growth of crystals in laboratories and the geological effects on Earth’s crust on different sites. In her work, Sposati juxtaposes material and historical processes in order to challenge official time and its significations.

Sposati’s research has taken it to the Amazon, the dry backlands of Northeast Brazil, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, the United Kingdom, France, Holland and Japan. Her work has been supported by the Brazilian Ministry of Culture, Goldsmiths College, Goethe Institute, Mairie de Paris, British Council, University College London, Arts Catalyst, Tokyo Wonder Site, Montehermoso Cultural Center Kulturunea. She exhibited at the BAK - basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht (2017), InstitutoTomie Ohtake, São Paulo (2013, 2017), 10th Mercosur Biennale, Porto Alegre (2015), CCBB Banco do Brasil Cultural Center, Rio de Janeiro (2015 ), 3rd Bahia Biennale, Salvador (2014), Eleven Rivington Gallery, New York (2013), HICA Highland Institute of Contemporary Art, Inverness-shire (2012), Montehermoso Cultural Center, Vitoria-Gasteiz et de la Nature, Paris (2012).