May 11, 2018 - March 10, 2019

Precarious at The National Portrait Gallery

Camille’s will debut a new interactive installation Precarious in the group exhibition Black Out: Silhouettes Then and Now at The National Portrait Gallery, in Washington DC. Princeton University Press is publishing the scholarly exhibition catalog, which is forthcoming in June 2018, … Continue reading

March 10, 2018 3-4pm

Artists Talk at Bullseye Glass Resource Center Bay Area

Join Camille at The Bullseye Glass Resource Center in Emeryville, CA for a presentation about her background, influences, and the kiln formed and kiln cast glass work she created during her residency at Bullseye in the fall of 2017. For a … Continue reading

September 19-December 16, 2017

Artist Residency at Bullseye Glass Resource Center

Bullseye Projects recently announced their June – December, 2017 artists-in-residence, which includes Camille. The self-directed glass residency program provides artists and designers with the materials, equipment and space needed to explore a new material, expand the scale of their work, or refine … Continue reading

March 22, 2017 4:30pm

Artist Talk at The University of Utah

Adventures in Interactive Art – From Falling Text to Projection Mapped Glass Talk Description: Artist Camille Utterback’s interactive installations combine innovative technology, elegant design, and surprising situations to reconnect us to our physicality, to each other, and to the world around us. For … Continue reading

March 1-May 13, 2017

Entangled at Emerson College Urban Arts’ Media Art Gallery

Camille Utterback: Entangled Emerson Urban Arts: Media Art Gallery March 1 – May 13, 2017 Opening Reception: Friday March 3, 5-7pm Camille’s dual screen interactive installation Entangled commissioned by the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco in 2015, will make its East Coast debut as … Continue reading


Featured Projects



Light Field


Vital Current






Text Rain

21c Museum Hotel, Louisville, KY
Installed 2000
On view daily 7am - 1am

The Pittsburgh Children's Museum
Installed 2004

Romy Achituv & Camille Utterback