Camila Galaz lives and works in Melbourne, where she completed Honours in Fine Art at RMIT. Recent exhibitions include ‘you are the magnet and I am the metal (slowly magnitizdat’),C3 Art Space (2018), ‘Reparar Means to Repair’, Blindside (2018); ‘To Believe Oneself to Be Death’, TBP HQ (2018); ‘Arms Folded, Hands Crossed (I speak to the room)’; Seventh (2017); ‘You Transform Everything into a Boat’, Kings (2017). In 2018 she has presented online projects with Sister Gallery (‘As If It Were Raining’) and The Digital Writers Festival (‘Monumemento’). In 2018 she received a scholarship to attend ‘Summer School as School’ in Prishtina, Kosovo, run by Stacion Center for Contemporary Art, and was awarded the 2018 MECCA M-Power Mentoring Scholarship from the National Gallery of Victoria. She also works within the performance art collective ‘The Band Presents’ (TBP), and plays music in the band Maureen.