Camille’s work Untitled 5, will be exhibited in the inaugural exhibition, Seeing/Knowing, at the new Graham Gund Gallery at Kenyon College in Ohio. The exhibit runs from October 29, 2011 to March 5, 2012.
Seeing/Knowing features 15 internationally renowned award-winning artists working at the intersection of information and image exchange. Their provocative works vary from formal investigations to illustrations of data, expressed through a range of media, from painting to viewer-responsive interactive digital forms.
Diana Cooper, Andreas Nicolas Fischer & Benjamin Maus, Michael Joaquin Grey, Eduardo Kac, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Benjamin Maus & Julius von Bismarck, Emma McNally, Julie Mehretu, Nathalie Miebach, C.E.B. Reas, Matthew Ritchie, Camille Utterback, Jorinde Voigt, and Marius Watz.
For more information please visit Kenyon College’s website.
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- Lauro-Lazin, Linda. Impermanent Markings. Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York, NY.
- Dorin, Lisa. Animated Gestures. Art Interactive, Cambridge, MA.
- Tanner, Marcia. Brides of Frankenstein. San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA.
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- Camille to participate in The 2013 California-Pacific Triennial
- Tracing Time/Marking Movement at the Frist Center for Visual Arts
- Poetics of Construction at Haines Gallery
- New York Times Article Features Camille Utterback
- Contemporary Art Center of Virginia Exhibition
- Review of Act/React exhibition on Rhizome.org
- Animated Gestures show wins IBM Innovation Merit Award
- Untitled 5 wins Transmediale Festival Award
- Interview on artificial.dk