Camila Oliveira Fairclough
The artist understands language as form, through profiles and forms she portrays in her canvases and which she perceives as something objectual that transcends the two dimensions given by the canvas. She is very interested in the relationship between words as objects and the content they encapsulate. Everything that catches her gaze in her everyday life is susceptible to be part of her work, signs, and the geometry derived from her created forms. Her work feeds from that of artists such as Hélio Oiticica or Lygia Clark.
We can find her work in some of the following collections; MAMCO in Switzerland, FRAC IIe-de-France in Paris and the Fond National d’Art Contemporain in Paris, as well as other private collections. Jan-Ken-Pon, exhibited at the FRAC d’Ile de France, is her most recent solo exhibition.