Camila Gonzalez Corea is a Costa Rican artist with a background in cinematography and photography, who just successfully concluded Masters in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins, London.
Her work has been exhibited in institutions such as the Tate Modern Museum in London and Mana Waynwood during Miami Art Basel. As well as being published by renowned entities such as the BBC, British Vogue and Mint Newspaper India.
Her art deals almost exclusively with feminist topics, its aim is to provoke discussion about the related topics through exposure of ideas and/or activist approaches to gender inequality. Her practice is inspired by other artists as well philosophers and theorists and she currently interested in incorporating and experimenting with as many mediums as possible.
Work / Education
2016 - 2018 MA Fine Art, UAL Central Saint Martins, London.
2016 Photography Professional Practice and Academic Portfolio Course, UAL Central Saint Martins, London.
2013 - 2015 BA(Hons) in Film and Digital Cinematography, MET Film School, London.
2013 Eight Week, Full-Time Documentary Filmmaking Course, MET Film School, Berlin.
2011 Four Week Photography Workshop With Matias Sauter, Universidad Veritas, Costa Rica.