Residency Unlimited

RU RESIDENCY

2017 | NYC | Artist

Camila Lamarca

Technique:  8 superimposed Sandpapers / Dimensions: 21 x 180 cm / Year: 2016
Untitled from Universal System Technique: 8 superimposed Sandpapers / Dimensions: 21 x 180 cm / Year: 2016
Artist Name: Camila Lamarca
Residency Dates: May - July
Born: 1988
Hometown: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Lives & Works: Buenos Aires, Argentina
URL: http://www.camilalamarca.com/

Education: 2009 – 2014 Universidad Nacional de Arte (former IUNA) Visual Arts Bachelor’s Degree, with orientation in Painting. Participation in Project Seminar led by the chair Carlos Bissolino, Universidad Nacional de Arte (former IUNA).


Bio / Statement:

Based in Buenos Aires, Camila Lamarca uses painting, sculpture, and installation to create scenographic and three-dimensional spaces based in material investigation. Two main axes of research define her practice: the expressive qualities of color and the materiality of objects. Lamarca’s process is intuitive, organic, and sensitive. Referring to explorative methods of geology and mineralogy, Lamarca evokes the origins of matter (and of thought), natural processes, and goals, imitating their actions from an inexact and sublime perspective.

Lamarca is the recipient of  the  Prilidiano Pueyrredón  Prize (2014) and the Pintura Felix de Amador Award (2014). Her work has been featured in the following solo exhibitions: 2015  ¿Dónde habita lo oculto? , HILO Galería. Buenos Aires; 2014  Hábitat, Conectarte Espacio de Arte Contemporáneo. Buenos Aires; 2013  Mon Abite, Espacio La Tomada. Buenos Aires. Group shows include: 015  MUSEO. HILO Galería. Buenos Aires; 2014  Libro de Artista con la galería Big Sur en ArtBo. Bogotá, Colombia; 2014  Exposición de obras online, #55 Selección de obras. Big Sur Argentina  Revista de Arte Latinoamericano; 2012 Ciencia y Tecnología + Arte Joven, IMÁN de LA BOCA Espacio de Arte. Buenos Aires.

For more detailed CV check here.

Galleries:
HILO Galeria, Buenos Aires

Support: Camila Lamarca's residency is made possible with support from Fondo Nacional de las Artes, Argentina and HILO Galeria, Buenos Aires.