Camille Utterback

Associate Professor, Art & Art History, Stanford University

Camille Utterback is a pioneer in the field of digital and interactive art and an associate professor at Stanford University. Her work ranges from interactive gallery installations, to intimate reactive sculptures, to architectural scale site-specific works, and she explores the aesthetic and experiential possibilities of linking computational systems to human movement and physicality in visually layered ways. Utterback's extensive exhibit history includes more than fifty shows on four continents, recently at the Nevada Museum of Art (2020), the Amon Carter Museum of American Art(2019), and the National Portrait Gallery(2019). She has received a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship and holds a US Patent(2001).


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