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Camila Marambio

(Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 1979) Transdisciplinary curator, researcher and writer. Her projects focus on decolonizing environmental conservation spanning the fields of environmental humanities, rights of nature, contemporary art, and performance studies. In 2010 she initiated Ensayos, a long-term collective and nomadic ecocultural practice born in Karokynká, the big island of Tierra del Fuego, in alliance with the Wildlife Conservation Society of Chile. Camila holds a PhD in Curatorial Practice from Monash University (2019) and two master's degrees: one in Experiments in Art and Politics from Sciences Po (2012) and another in Modern and Contemporary Art: Critical and Curatorial Studies from Columbia University (2004). She was a postdoctoral fellow at the Royal Art Institute in Stockholm as part of The Seedbox: An Environmental Humanities Collaboratory (2021). As a guest curator at the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Research Institute for the Study of Latin American Art at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), she conceived and moderated the Aconcagua Summit (2020) and edited the booklet The Water is the Law (2021). She currently promotes peatlands protection through the implementation of a global agreement and acting as curator of new perspectives at Para la Naturaleza in Borikén, Puerto Rico.