About Camille Juthier
After graduating with a degree in philosophy in 2013, Camille Juthier was admitted to the Beaux-Arts school in Nantes, from where she graduated in 2018. In her work, Camille Juthier explores the evolution of matter and the way in which our bodies, in their porosity, are transformed by the post-industrial environments in which they evolve. She pays particular attention to the relationships we hold with the idea of “nature”, to its construction and to what these relationships reveal about the coercive oppression at work in our contemporary societies. In 2019, she took part in the 64th Salon de Montrouge, winner of the Ateliers Médicis artist-researcher prize where she completed a 6-month residency. The same year she was also a prize winner of the Cité international des arts de Paris and of the Paris-Budapest crossed residency programme, in partnership with the Institut français. In 2015 she co-founded a performers’ collective, Hashbank, which works on digital identity. In 2016, she exhibited her work at the 10th edition of the Toulon Design Parade (France) and in 2018 she participated in a collective exhibition at the Dakar Biennale (Senegal). In January 2020 her work will be exhibited at the Orangerie as part of the exhibition Temps mêlées at Sucy-en-Brie (France).