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CAMILA MALO

 

CAMILA MALO

CAMILA MALO b 1988
BIOGRAPHY
Camila Malo is a photographer & artist based in Brisbane, Australia.  She is a graduate of Queensland University of Technology where she studied visual arts.  She has develop an interest in the development of society throughout many continents & has chosen to study humanity & the art behind us.  What stemmed this interested was her move to Australia as a young child from Bogota, Colombia & realizing the vast difference in culture; however all societies all enjoy & strive for the same things.  As an "outsider" in a new country she quickly learned to adapt to the Aussie culture thru her passion for art & exploring what the Aussie culture & people had to offer.  This gave her a unique perspective in the ability to un package humanity to see what lies beneath.
She has also been able to travel to other regions to explore other countries & observed people in different social settings, languages & social economic structures.  Throughout the world the common denominator is happiness & social acceptance.  In her paintings Camila expresses what these people are thinking partaking within these social gatherings; establishing sentiment & the problems plagued by a contemporary society.
Recently Camila Malo participated in a solo exhibition in her native Bogota, Colombia - "Empaque Humano" - translated Human Package
She hopes to continue to expand her studies in many more cultures across the world to develop her subjects in the light she sees them within her imagination.
EXHIBITIONS
2011 - Urban Walls and Life - Cuba & Colombia; Myra Gallery Miami, Fl USA
2011 - Empaque Humano- Fundacion Cuarto Nivel Arte Contemporaneo Bogota, Colombia
2010 - Impressions, Gold Coast Arts Centre, Australia GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2010 - Pardon our Dust, QUT Museum Hall, Brisbane Australia
2009- Drawn Apart, QUT Art Museum, Brisbane Australia
2007- Make / Shift Brisbane, Australia

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