Born in France to an Argentine father and a Chilean mother, of Italian nationality and married to a Peruvian, Camila Farina seems to live in a situation in transit between various cultures and geographies that unfailingly unite South America with Latin Europe.
The situation of the crossing of the Cordillera de los Andes combines for this artist visual images, psychological and physical sensations, the union and separation of territories, cultures and her own family life enriched by her own video archive of her and of those filmed by her father. All these crosses, made in various trips over the years, form the basis for the development of the Routes project that she will carry out during her residence in ´ace.
1984 | Paris France
She lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Paris, France
She is a freelance graphic designer and works for the Editions Vendimiairies in Paris.
2010 | Master of Fine Arts, Ecole Internacional Pilote de la Villa Arson, Nice, France.
She is Co-director of the collective project HOLD UP.
She was in charge of lectures to the public at the Center d’art du Jeu de Paume in Paris and taught History of Modern Art at Paris-Dauphine.
She exhibited in various group shows.
Cité des Arts Internationale, Paris, France