Camila Rödhi‘s work explores the memories and emotions tied to personal experiences, delving into the universal themes of love, desire, loss, and grief. Through a range of artistic mediums, including Theater, live and video performance, participatory lecture performance, audio walks, painting, drawing, collage, film, and installation, she examines the nuances of the self and the female experience, often with a sexually provocative, queer feminist perspective.
The artist has exhibited her work in prestigious venues, including the OI Futuro in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the Parallel Program of Manifesta in Russia, the WRO Art and Media Biennale in Poland, Bienalsur and FIDBA in Argentina, and viennacontemporary, Vienna Parallel, and Vienna Art Week in Austria.
She holds a Fine Arts Master degree from the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Austria, with one year of studies exchange at ATW in Gießen, Germany, extension studies in Aesthetics at UNIRIO, and Acting studies at Escola Estadual de Teatro Martins Penna in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
As a Brazilian-born artist with Austrian nationality, currently based in Berlin, her work reflects a unique blend of cultural influences and perspectives.