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Camila Gonzalez Corea is a Costa Rican mixed media artist based in London.

At just only 24, she is a rising star in the London art scene. Her recent achievements as an artist include being exhibited in institutions such as the Tate Modern Museum in London and Mana Waynwood during Miami Art Basel, as well as being published in places such as British Vogue and Grazia Magazine.

Her work aims to explore, from a feminist perspective, the relationship between gender and technology. Her interest is heavily focused on activism within social media platforms by showing how behaviours within these digital manifestations can ultimately affect our real lives. She studies and challenges initiatives addressing the exclusion of women in technology, focusing on their representation, or lack of, in the technological world or within technological spheres. By studying the many occurrences of unequal gender politics within said platforms, she aims to single out specific cases of disparity and provoke a dialogue among them. Passion towards this subject and her take on this particular contemporary topic has led Camila to collaborate with advertising giant M&C Saatchi on one of their newest campaigns which address exactly this issue.

Camila’s passion towards feminist activism comes from growing into a family of famous Costa Rican sportspeople where macho behaviours predominated and women either had to prove themselves worthy (to be treated as equals) or conform to the norm and be seen as different. After a lifetime of seeking approval and constant fighting, she realised how this was all wrong and how girls living her same experience need to be empowered and supported. A sisterhood needed to be created. This is why she does what she does today and why all of her pieces either thrive to evoke empowerment and fearlessness in women or seek to question the views of those making someone else feel less.

Currently, with the aim of expanding the parameters of her practice, she is looking to incorporate and explore with different mediums as well as to keep on working on collaborative projects with artists and companies which relate to the topics which her practice explores. Camila’s main aim is to be involved initiatives which she believes will change the toxic perceptions and stereotypes which exist around these topics. She aims to persist on taking an activist approach with her work, as she believes that art can be a powerful vehicle for change.






2019 || Eurofemmes at the Latvian National Museum of Art

2019 || WHIPPED CREAM, Coningsby Gallery, Fitzrovia

2019 || Auction Collective x Degree Art Auction. Bankside Hotel, London

2019 || Affordable art fair Battersea, London



2019 || Stolen Hearts, Auction In Benefit Of Max's Foundation, M&C Saatchi, London, UK

2019 || B00bs, Karl Oskar Gallery, Berlin, Germany

2019 || THE SIGNATURE ART PRIZE, Trinity Art Gallery, London, UK2019 || Visual Diet, M&C Saatchi, London, UK

2018 || Objetos Pequeños : Una Muestra De Equipaje, Nos Vemos, San Jose, Costa Rica

2018 || g_URL Techno-Utopia Screening, Sluice Art, London, UK

2018 || Latin American Myth Deconstruction, The Crypt Gallery, London , UK

2018 || The Neoprotofeminist show, 74 Rivington Street, Shoreditch, London, UK

2018 || Art and Haktivism: (H)akt, Ugly Duck, London, UK

2018 || Spread The Virus, Dateagleart ,

2018 || Central Saint Martins Degree Show, Lethaby Gallery, 1 Granary Square, London, UK

2018 || The F Word, A Fundraiser In Aid Of Refuge Charity, Doomed Gallery, London, UK

2018 || AUCART March Auction, Work up for auction: The Nipple Act 7

2018 || Tate Exchange, Tate Modern, London, UK

2017 || Art Basel Miami Beach, On Display at Mana Contemporary, Miami, USA

2017 || Emerging Artists The Auction: Christmas Special, Creative Debuts, London, UK

2017 || Postgraduate Art Auction an event by Sotheby's and Central Saint Martins, Lethaby Gallery, London, UK

2017 || Casa Escalante, Casa Escalante, San Jose, Costa Rica

2017 || One Fifteen Curtain Road Launch Party, Creative Debuts at One Fifteen Curtain Road, London, UK

2017 || Persona - Made in Arts London, Four Corners Gallery, London, UK

2017 || Emerging Artists The Auction, Creative Debuts, London, UK

2017 || Creative Debuts July First Thursday, Creative Debuts, London, UK

2017 || Meet The Artists x Creative Debuts, Creative Debuts, London, UK

2017 || Somehow You And I Collide, The Laundry, Hackney, London, UK

2017 || Comment On This, SU Exhibition Space, London, UK

2017 || TATE Exchange, TATE Modern, London, UK

2017 || TATE Exchange, TATE Modern, London, UK

2017 || TATE Exchange, Collaborative Performance : Mmm… a Sound Performance Event

2016 || Offene Leinwand, Kino Royal Baden, Baden, Switzerland

2016 || Big Space IV, The Street, 1 Granary Square, London, UK

2016 || Artscom, The Window Galleries, Central Saint Martins, London, UK

2016 || Experimenteller Filmabend, Kino Royal Baden, Baden, Switzerland

2016 || PPA, Photography Department, Central Saint Martins, London, UK

2015 || BAF12, Prince Charles Cinema, Leicester Square, London, UK



WINNER, 2018 The Signature Art Prize, People's Choice Award

NOMINATED, 2018 MullenLowe NOVA Award, For Fresh Creative Talent

NOMINATED, The Tab Future 100, The title for the UK's most impressive female student

Camila Gonzalez Corea portrait