2015 Smithsonian Magazine, This Interactive Installation Rains a Poem Down on Viewers, Artist Interview: 4 mins 24 secs

Camille discusses her practice and collaborative project with Romy Achituv, Text Rain, in this video interview showcasing her working in the studio as well as visitors engaging with the piece at the Smithsonian American Art Museum for Watch This! Revelations in Media Art. Additional information about the piece and exhibition can be found in an article on the Smithsonian website.

2015 Smithsonian American Art Museum, Watch This! Discussion Panel, Round Table Discussion: 85 mins 20 secs

Curator of film and media arts, Michael Mansfield, led an artist panel discussion at The Smithsonian American Art Museum in which Utterback discussed with Eve Sussman and David Berhman how the manipulation of technology has become an integral part of their practices. More information on the exhibition can be found at the American Art Museum website.

2013 The Frist Center for Visual Arts, Camille Utterback: Tracing Time/Marking Movement, Artist Talk: 3 mins 54 secs

Utterback discusses her exhibition, Tracing Time/Marking Movement at the Frist Center for Visual Arts. Find additional information and images on their website.

2013 FOR-SITE Foundation: art about place, International Orange, Camille Utterback, Span, Artist Profile: 3 mins 2 secs

Working on her digital installation “Span,” Utterback talks about the art-making process, the notion of permanence, and how the landscape of the Golden Gate has shifted over time. More information can be found on the FOR-SITE Foundation website.

2013 INST_INT 2013, Camille Utterback, Artist Talk: 25 mins 20 secs and Panel Discussion: 52 mins 06 secs

Utterback discusses creative backup plans and dealing with the unexpected that comes along with designing and installing media installations. Following the artist talk, Jer Thorp facilitated a Q&A discussion with Mary Franck, Mike Tucker, and Utterback.
Please visit the 2013 talk archive at INST-INT’s website for additional information.

2013 Blouin Art Info, Modern Art Notes: Art Focused Journalism by Tyler Green, The Modern Art Notes Podcast: Mary Reid Kelley, Artist interview: 65 mins 44 secs

Utterback in conversation with Tyler Green regarding her involvement in the California-Pacific Triennial at the Orange County Museum of Art. More information regarding the exhibition can be found at their website.

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2012 KQED, This Week: International Orange Exhibition, Artist Interviews 6 mins 8 secs

KQED interviews artists participating in the International Orange exhibition at Fort Point marking the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge. For more information regarding the exhibition, please follow this link to the FOR-SITE Foundation’s website.

2012 Stanford SiCa Mohr Visiting Artist, Introduction 3 mins 18 secs, Artist Lecture: 82 mins 19 secs

Utterback served as the first Mohr Visiting Artist administered by the Stanford Institute for Creativity and the Arts (SiCa) which brings acclaimed and emerging artists to campus for a one-term period to teach a credited course and provide a presentation, exhibit or performance for the Stanford community and the public. Additional information regarding Utterback’s time in residence, can be found on the Stanford News website.

2011 Gund Gallery, Kenyon College, Artwork Explanation: 1 min 45 secs

Camille exhibited Untitled 5 in Seeing/Knowing, curated by director Natalie Marsh, at the Gund Gallery at Kenyon College. For more information regarding the exhibition, check out the gallery website.

2011 Mills College Graduate Lecture Series, Artist Lecture: 76 mins 47 secs

Camille was invited to give an artist talk for the Graduate Lecture Series at Mills College in Danforth Lecture Hall. Information about the lecture series can be found here.

2010 !WAR: Women Art Revolution – interview by Lynn Hershman Leeson, Artist Interview: 32 mins 58 secs

Lynn Hershman Leeson interviewed Utterback for her groundbreaking documentary film, !WAR: Women Art Revolution. The film and related archive provide first-person histories of the pioneering individuals and key founding members of the feminist art movement in the United States, along with younger generation of artists influenced by them. Hershman’s complete interviews with all the artists and critics featured in the documentary are available on the !WAR archive housed at the Stanford Digital Collections Website.

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2010 Bad at Sports: Contemporary Art Talk, Episode 271: Camille Utterback, Artist interview: 77 mins 19 secs

Camille in conversation with Bad at Sport’s Christopher Hudgens on November 8, 2010.

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2009 MacArthur Foundation Fellowship, Artist Profile: 2 mins 28 secs

2009 MacArthur Fellow profile video produced by The MacArthur Foundation. Utterback’s profile page on the MacArthur website also includes high resolution press photos of the artist in her studio.

2009 UC Berkeley ATC Colloquium, Artist lecture: 82 mins

Camille presented the talk, “Luscious Complexity: Transcending the Doohickey” at the UC Berkeley Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium.

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2009 FINC Toronto 2009, Artist Lecture: 61 mins

For the 2009 FITC Toronto Festival Camille presented the Lecture, “Responding to Bodies: My Work is Watching You.”

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2009, Interactive Art: Playing with Light video, Artist Profile: 4 mins 29 secs

Camille and her interactive installation work are featured in a video on Wired Magazine’s Gadget Lab. Produced by Wired Magazine. Read the related article on Wired’s website.

2008 National Public Radio’s Morning Edition, Louisville Art Hotel Offers Room with A View, Feature: 5mins 52sec

Feature on 21c Art Hotel. References Text Rain, which is part of their permanent collection.

2005 KQED’s Forum with Michael Krasny, “Brides of Frankenstein” Exhibit, Round Table Discussion: 51 mins 58sec

On Forum, Camille discusses the exhibition “Brides of Frankenstein” with Marcia Tanner and Sabrina Raaf

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