Bonnie Camplin (b. 1970)

A (Like Akarova) (2006)
Cancer (2004)
Colonial Fanny (2005)
Get me a Mirror (2006)
Good Health (2003)
My Name is Ko Ko (2001)
Special Afflictions by Roy Harryhozen (2006)
Terrazzo (2008)
Heygate for Life (2011)

Bonnie Camplin born in London 1970, lives and works in London. She graduated from St Martins School of Art London 1992 with a degree in Fine art, specializing in film and video and spent the next ten years as a dancer, performer, host, DJ and director/ promoter of experimental avant-garde club nights in Soho London. During this time she also gained a post-grad in advanced photography from Central St Martins London. Her practice she broadly describes as the Invented Life and has worked in photography, film and video, sculpture, performance, music, drawing, painting. She was in the band DonAteller with Mark Leckey, Ed Laliq and Enrico David. She has also collaborated with Paulina Olowska and Lucy McKenzie. In 2005 she released a solo LP vinyl recording of music/ spoken word, Heavy Epic on the Decemberism label. She taught the Fine-art Film class at Städelschule Frankfurt from April 2008- July 2010 and has taught and lectured at various institutions including Ruskin School Oxford, Goldsmiths University London, The University of Manchester, The Architectural Biennale Venice and The Architectural Association (AA) London. She describes her life and work thus: "I make it up as I go along..."

"Ten Women Who Use Film" curated by Jennifer Higgie
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