camille kaiser (1992, CH-FR) lives and works in geneva, switzerland. her artistic research stems from an interest in the everyday life practices and subversive strategies individuals negotiate within urban spheres, professional spheres and family spheres. through exercises of image-making and text-writing, her work explores fiction as an artistic and political strategy that redirects attention and rewrites routines of collective use. 

 

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ongoing & upcoming 

projektatelier at binz39, zürich

it almost felt like the voice of a close friend, curated by julie marmet, genève

it won't be silence, curated by julie marmet, can-studio, neuchâtel

résidence secondaire by display, curated by marie dupasquier, zürich 

solo exhibition, curated by lea schaffner, dunant plaza, heiden

as-tu fais bonne traversée, 2021

collective show "it almost felt like the voice of a close friend", curated by julie marmet, geneva

pic by marilou rose jarry

and the story starts here, 2020

collective show "heimat", wallstreet, fribourg

pic by guillaume python