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 bands Maureen and Swim Team.