The work of Norwegian artist and sculptor Camilla Steinum focuses on the quality and characteristics of materials and objects. Predominantly working with textile, ready-mades, wood and metal. Steinum acquired a Master of Fine Arts at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts in 2012, as well as a BA in Fine Art/Textiles prior. In 2015, Steinum was a resident at the artist-led school „The Mountain School of Arts“, Los Angeles, USA. Her works are exhibited in Norway and on an international level. Her solo shows include “zusammen und getrennt” at Kunstverein Göttingen, Germany (2020), „Transaction“, Goya Curtain, Tokyo, Japan (2019); „Craving Caring, Clumsy Connection“, Soy Capitán, Berlin (2018) and „Dubious Desire for Cleanliness“, Rod Barton, London, GB (2015). She has participated in numerous group shows, including exhibitions at Hordaland Kunstsenter, Bergen, Norway (2019); Grenland Kunsthall, Porsgrunn, Norway (2018); CCA Andratx Kunsthalle, Majorca, Spain (2018) und 9th Norwegian Sculpture Biennial, Oslo, Norway (2017).
Portrait Photo©Pamela Tulizo