Lull at SFMOMA

Prime, haptic sound installation. Drawing.

Camille Norment + Ryuichi Sakamoto Collaborative Performance 

Camille Norment Studio

Refrain (ribcage 1), 2017

Rhythm Wars - Interval (2016), new permanent outdoor sculpture

Rapture three volume publiation now available for purchase

Rapture, a solo project for the Venice Bieniale 2015, Nordic Pavilion.

Camille Norment Trio

Solo exhibition - DRAWING and SCULPTURE

4 May - 25 June 2017
Oslo Kunstforening

Top 12 Sound Artists Changing Perceptions of Art

Artnet ushers in the fall 2016 season with a listing of the top 12 sound artists changing people's perception of art, including Camille Norment.  "12 Artists Changing Your Perception of Art"

La Biennale de Montréal 2016

Camille Norment to participate in the Montréal Biennial 2016 with installation and performances.  
19 October 2016 — 15 January 2017

Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016

Camille Norment to present new work in the Kochi-Muziris Beinnale 2016 in Southern India. 12 December 2016 - 29 March 2017.

“Toll” 5.1 surround outdoor soundcast at Art Basel Miami Beach

On Friday 5 December 2015 at 6pm, the Toll project is soundcast in the Artists Surround Sound Project at Art Basel Miami Beach, on the New World Symphony Center's Meyer Sound 160-speaker array system in SoundScape Park.  Camille Norment will also participate in the Art Basel Miami Talks Program on Saturday 6 December 2015, 2pm - 3pm at the Miami Beach Convention Center. 

‘Rapture’ at the Venice Biennial of Art 2015, Nordic Pavilion 5 May - 22 November 2015

Camille Norment Presents Rapture, for the Venice Biennial 2015, a project consisting of a solo exhibition in the Nordic pavilion, a performance series, and a 3-part publication series.
 5 May - 22 November 2015, Nordic Pavilion of the Venice Biennial of Art.
Performance Schedule:
6 May:    Camille Norment Trio, 2:30pm
7 May:    Camille Norment Trio, 2:30pm
8 May:    David Toop and Camille Norment, 5:00 pm
10 June: Camille Norment Trio, 2:30 pm
11 June: Featuring vocalist Sofia Jernberg, 2:30pm
12 June: Camille Norment Trio, 2:30pm
20, 21, 22 November:  Finissage Performances!  Camille Norment Trio, on Saturday featuring Sofia Jernberg 2:30pm.
Publication:  Three - part publication exploring the broader sonic and social framework of Rapture's investigations. Part 1 now available through OCA.


Celadon is now released on Important Records.
Per Gisle Galåen, harmonium and zither; Camille Norment, glass armonica; MajaRatkje, voice and bells; Jon Wesseltoft, accordion organ and harmonium.

"Celadon provides a hard-edged, aesthetically polished surface on which sounds can work out their strange frictive energies." The Wire, August 2015

Body Language - The First Cross-Pavilion Artist Talk at La Biennale di Venezia

A discussion between the artists Joan Jonas (U.S. Pavilion), Camille Norment (Nordic Pavilion) and Pamela Rosenkranz (Swiss Pavilion)
Moderated by Tim Marlow, Director of Artistic Programmes, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Introductions by Jan Dalley, Arts Editor of The Financial Times, and Katya García-Antón, curator of The Nordic Pavilion and Director of Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA)
Media Sponsor: The Financial Times
8 May 2015 
Talk: 2–3 pm 
Reception: 3–4 pm 

Location Teatro Piccolo Arsenale 

Solo Performance Series

Commissioned to Accompany the Lyden av Kunst Exhibition Tour

OTO Residency - Collaboration with David Toop

London, 2014 - 2015


The body is a site where various forms of knowledge converge. This knowledge is a manifestation of the information that the body has gathered, conscious and unconsciously, in a reckoning with its sensory experiences, creating our sensory knowledge spaces. These spaces situate themselves like a reality extracted from science-fiction and placed into our realm to tell its version of our stories.

Multi media artist Camille Norment often uses the notion of cultural psychoacoustics as both an aesthetic and conceptual framework. She defines this term as the examination of socio-cultural phenomena through sound and music, and the contexts in which they are produced. She applies this concept towards the creation of critical works that consciously interweave the formal and the contextual.

Her artwork utilizes forms including sound, installation, light sculptures, drawing, performance, and video, all united by a preoccupation with the way in which form, space, and the body of the viewer create aesthetic and conceptual experience. She seeks to engage the viewer as a physical and psychological participant in the work and as such, is interested in creating experiences that are both somatic and cognitive. While highly concerned with aesthetic experience, the work simultaneously spans the thresholds of the social and the political, often utilizing specific cultural symbols as ‘quiet’, but potent elements in the work. Her investigations do not reflect the boundaries of a singular cultural agenda or perspective, but rather the latent, continual dialogs, intersections, and contradictions from various social realms. As such, a singular element specifically charged in one context is expanded to reveal a macrocosm of contextual interpretations. Ambivalent cultural memories are condensed into physical, spatial, and temporal experiences that have the hallucinatory qualities of psychological atmospheres.

Camille performs as a solo artist, with other musicians in selected projects, and with her ensemble, the Camille Norment Trio. She assembled the ensemble consisting of electric guitar, Norwegian hardingfele, and the rare glass armonica, to explore the instruments’ collective sensual and cultural psychoacoustics, across genre boundaries. Sonic dissonance, and forms of cognitive dissonance are current motifs she uses to draw an audience into the experience of the work, by creating and revealing various perceptual sonic, and socio-cultural tensions.
Each of the instruments were simultaneously revered and feared or even outlawed at various points in their histories. Through deconstructions of ‘beauty’ and ‘noise’, ‘harmony’ and ‘dissonance’, the visceral atmospheres they produce resonate through a tantalizing union of the instruments’ voices and their paradoxical cultural histories.

Norment was selected to produce a solo project for the Nordic pavilion in the Venice Biennial, 2015.
Amongst several permanent public artworks, Norment was commissioned a permanent sound installation for the Henie Onstad Art Center (2011). The extensive international fine arts exhibition credits also include: broadcast feature in Art Basel Miami (2015); exhibition and performance in the Museum of Modern Art, New York (2013); a commissioned artwork and performance for the Museum of Contemporary Art, Oslo (2012); Liste Young Art Fair (2009); the Thessaloniki Biennial, Greece (2007); Kunsthalle Bern, Switzerland; the Charlottenborg Fonden, Copenhagen, Denmark; the Santa Monica Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA.; the Studio Museum of Harlem, New York, NY; UKS Gallery, Oslo, Norway; the Bildmuseet, in Umeå, Sweden, and radio broadcast in the Venice Biennial, Venice, Italy. Norment’s work has been written about in periodicals such as Art Forum, Art in America, The New York Times, Kunst Kritikk, Aftenposten, a feature in The Wire Magazine, and numerous other international texts. Camille Norment's work has been broadcast several times in features including NPR in the U.S., Norway's NRK radio, and the UK's BBC.
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Camille Norment Studio is supported by a range of talented businesses, institutions, contractors, and interns, and we are always on the look out for talented individuals with an interest supporting the production and daily operations of the studio. If you have special media skills, please feel free to send your resume at any time.