Lives and works in Medellín, Colombia

Camila Botero’s multidisciplinary work raises questions about the instability of the present time, as well as how we are changing rapidly and irreversibly our world. In her practice there is a constant observation towards the environment, the city and everyday objects, bearing in mind situations where encounter, tension and fragility are to be found. Her work is achieved in different formats -photography, video, sculpture, text- that explore the multiple perspectives of what it means to be human in our accelerated, digital age.

Her work has been showed at Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín (2021); Galería Policroma (2021); Sala U – Universidad Nacional, Medellín (2019); Filet Gallery, London (2018); Museo de Antioquia, MDE15 (2015); Artecámara, Bogotá (2013); Estarter3, Indonesia (2012); Ceroinspiración, Ecuador (2010), among others. She has participated in solo shows at Lokkus Gallery, Medellín (2019); Galería de la Oficina, Medellín (2015); CCB, Bogotá (2014); Casa Imago, Medellín (2012); Alianza Francesa, Medellín (2010). She has been artist-in-residence at Flora ars+natura, Bogotá (2014); The Yes Farm, Detroit (2011); Zona 30, Lima (2011); Frontera Compartida CEDIC Ecuador/Perú (2010).

Camila gained her MA at the Royal College of Art, London (2017), and has a BA (Hons) in Fine Arts from the University of Antioquia (2010).