Haines Gallery, which represents Camille in San Francisco, features three of her large scale installations in a two-person exhibition with celebrated Iranian artist Monir Farmanfarmain.
The exhibition, Kaleidoscope Eyes, brings together the glittering mirrored mosaics of Monir Farmanfarmaian and the interactive digital installations of Camille Utterback, creating a dialogue between these two internationally acclaimed artists. Through the use of geometric invention and computer code respectively, both Farmanfarmaian and Utterback produce works in which forms develop from a set of generative rules.
View the gallery’s press release.
Camille’s installations featured in the show are Precarious, Floating World, and Untitled 6. Photos by Robert Divers Herrick, courtesy of Haines Gallery, San Francisco.