Camille Aleña (*1986, Fribourg. lives and works in London) creates new links between art, music and the history of forms and media. Camille develops her work through diverse strategies and approaches such as documentary, narrative, performance, and objects making. She is interested in a singular relationship to music and moving image, the artist observes the experimental tendencies within the traditions and conventions of cinema which she references in her work.
Camille Aleña graduated from the Royal College of Art (MA) in London. She studied at University of Art and Design in Lausanne (Ecal) and University of Art and Design in Basel (BA). She collaborated with the Architects Herzog & de Meuron in Basel for two years (2013-2015). Swiss Art Awarded 2018. Recent exhibition include High Art Paris ( 2018), Supportico Lopez Berlin (2018) Forde Genève ( 2017) among others.