Camilla Bliss (b.1989, London) regularly draws on motifs found in historical craftsmanship, myth and folklore to communicate ideas about the modern world. She utilises a wide range of materials, placing an importance on the handmade and the sculptural, yet at the same time referencing our relationship to digital technology.
Recent selected shows include Hawks in Her Hair at Alice Black Gallery, London (2021); Final, Not Over - Again, Unit 1 gallery, London (2021); Fertile Laziness, Platform Southwark, Pending at San Mei Gallery, London (2021); Window Project, Gazelli Art House, London (2019); Dirty Hands & Revelations at Standpoint Gallery, London (2019); We See You, We Hear You at Hospital Club, London (2018), Summer Exhibition at Royal Academy, London (2018) and Threads Salon at Turner Contemporary, Margate (2018), Closed Curtain (solo) at Barbican Arts Group Trust, London (2017). In addition, Camilla Bliss is a co-founder of HAZE, an artist-led curatorial project with an aim to support contemporary art.
Solo show currently on display at 87 Gallery in Hull. (25th June - 11th September). Please click HERE for more information.