Camila Galaz
Visual artist // Lives and works in Melbourne, Australia

2012, Bachelor of Art (Fine Art) (Honours 1st Class), RMIT University, Melbourne
2009-2011, Bachelor of Fine Art (Painting), RMIT University, Melbourne

2018, Parasite: Experimental Arts Laboratory, curators Ema Tavola (Fiji) and Gabi Ngcobo (South Africa), AAANZ Conference, Melbourne
2018, The Body in Exile Dance Lab, Vanessa Vargas, School of Making Thinking, New York
2018, The Un-Private Collection Workshop, Edgar Arceneaux, The Broad, Los Angeles
2018, Summer School as School, Stacion CCA, Pristina, Kosovo
2018, Workshop: 'Speeches Punctuated with Resounding Slaps': Law, Expansion, Hierarchy, Resistance, West Space, Melbourne
2013, Sketch Writing 101, Upright Citizens Brigade, Los Angeles

Awards, Grants, Residencies
2019, Australia Council Residency, EMPAC, New York (upcoming)
2019, Video & Installation Art Residency with Laure Prouvost, CAMP FR, France (upcoming)
2018, Small Projects Grant, City of Yarra
2018, M-Power Award, National Gallery of Victoria and MECCA Brands
2018, Summer School as School scholarship, Stacion CCA, Pristina, Kosovo
2016, Emerging Artist Award (Finalist), fortyfivedownstairs
2015-2016, Residency, CleftClips, Los Angeles
2013, Screenwriting mentorship, Lee Jessup, Los Angeles
2013, RMIT School of Art Honours Endowment Travelling Scholarship (Finalist)
2012, Arts Funding Grant, RMIT Link Arts & Culture

Solo Exhibitions
2018, you are the magnet and I am the metal (slowly magnitizdat), C3 Art Space, Abbotsford
2018, Reparar Means to Repair, Blindside, Melbourne
2018, To Believe Oneself to Be Death, TBP HQ, Docklands
2017, Arms Folded, Hands Crossed (I speak to the room), Seventh, Fitzroy
2017, You Transform Everything into a Boat, Kings, Melbourne
2015, A Funeral in the Mountains, Seventh, Fitzroy
2015, Sweets to the Sweet, BUS Projects, Collingwood
2012, Whichever way is fine, Mailbox, Melbourne

Collaborative Exhibitions
2017, Hi Cous, Monday will be unplanned this week (with Marcos Guzman), Rubicon, North Melbourne
2013, Uncertain Order (with Yuna Chun), Blindside, Melbourne

Online Projects
2018, MONUMEMENTO, with Louise Truc (FR) and Nadezhda Chernyakevich (RU), Digital Writers’ Festival
2018, As If It Were Raining, Sister Gallery

Selected Group Exhibitions
2019, Activism Through Creative Practice, Emerging Writer’s Festival, Loop, Melbourne (upcoming)
2017, Seventh Gallery Fundraiser, Seventh, Fitzroy
2017, Whitegoods, in.cube8r gallery, Fitzroy
2017, Sanaterrarium, Eric Demetriou, Gertrude Glasshouse, Collingwood
2016, Emerging Artist Award, fortyfivedownstairs, Melbourne
2015, An Xmas Exhibition, The Dirty Dozen, Melbourne
2014, The Entrance, curated by Farida Amar, MIA Gallery, Los Angeles
2013, RMIT Foundation Honours Endowment Scholarship Exhibition, RMIT School of Art Gallery, Melbourne
2012, An Independent Project, First Site, Melbourne
2012, Metamour, curated by John Stevens, Brunswick Arts, Brunswick

Exhibitions and performances with the art collective the band presents
2018, 20x20, MEL&NYC/Next Wave, Brunswick Mechanics Institute, Brunswick
2017, un. Magazine launch, Bus Projects, Collingwood
2017, Remedy, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne
2017, Bus Projects fundraiser, Collingwood
2017, Overground, Supersense Festival, Arts Centre Melbourne
2017, The Elvis Comeback Show, HEY! Hey it’s Saturday Night LIVE; with Suspicious Minds, TCB inc, Melbourne
2017, love me tenga, curated by Emma Hall, Melbourne
2016, Autotune Everything, Liquid Architecture and Melbourne Art Foundation, Melbourne

State Library Victoria
National Library of Australia
Private collections in Melbourne, Sydney, Hobart, Dublin, New York, and Los Angeles.

Featured Publications
2017, un Magazine (the band presents)
2016, Realtime (the band presents)
2016, Funny HaHa Magazine
2015, Aphra Magazine

Authored Writing and Audio
2014, Arts writer, Smart Girls at the Party
2013, ‘The Art of Awe’, Fragmented Magazine #2
2012, Arts writer, ThreeThousand
2012, Arts writer,
2012 – 2011, Let’s Art radio show, Radio Valerie
2011, ‘Masaru Aikawa’s CDs’, Voiceworks #85 ‘Other’, 2011