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.
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.
Exhibition: 5 May - 22 November 2015, Nordic Pavilion of the Venice Biennial of Art.
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
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
Commissioned to Accompany the Lyden av Kunst Exhibition Tour
OTO Residency - Collaboration with David Toop
London, 2014 - 2015