Kamilla Kard: Woman as a Temple
In her work, Kamilia Kard translates attitudes, feelings and thoughts into form. Both conceptual and
formal research are very important in her practice and she uses the languages available to her without limitations.
A concept born in a 3D modeling environment can be translated into a 3D printed sculpture, an interactive
environment, a video animation, a digital painting. Her interest in classical and “traditional” images, culled from the immense
archive offered by the Internet - from Paleolitical Venuses to Reinassence paintings to XIX century Russian realism - is almost
always inspired by personal stories, memories and fantasies.
Kamilia Kard is an artist, curator and lecturer
born in Milan. After obtaining a degree in Political Economy (CLEP) at the Bocconi University in Milan, she moved to artistic
studies obtaining an BA diploma in Painting and a Degree in Net Art from Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. She is currently
a Ph.D .student in Digital Humanities at the University of Genoa. Her artistic research explores how hyper-connectivity and
new forms of online communication have changed and influenced the perception of the human body, gestures, feelings and emotions.
She has exhibited in various places including the most recent: Victoria and Albert Museum in London, EP7 Paris, IMAL in Brussels,
Fotomuseum in Winterthur, La Triennale di Milano, the Museum of Con-temporary Art in Sao Paolo, Brazil, La Quadriennale di
Roma , Hypersalon Miami and Museo del 900 in Milan. She teaches Multimedia Communication at the Accademia di Brera and
Digital Modeling at the Carrara Academy
eine Veranstaltung der:
Transmedialen Kunst / Universität für angewandte
Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz 2, 1010 Wien