(Sweden, 1984) Artist and educator working across experimental pedagogy, installation, and video. Camnitzer’s work revolves around questions of education and knowledge exchange, often focusing on childhood to examine the societal structures that surround and shape subjectivity. Camnitzer is assistant professor of Social Practice and director of the Foundations Program at UMass Dartmouth. He has previously held teaching positions at Columbia University, Valand Academy, and the Neighborhood School (PS 363), a public elementary school in NYC. He has presented projects at venues such as Queens Museum, New York; Kunstsaele, Berlin; GfZK, Leipzig; Artists Space, New York; Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm; Gertrude Contemporary Art Center, Melbourne; Museo Blanes, Montevideo. He received his MFA from Valand Academy, Gothenburg, Sweden, and attended the Whitney Independent Study Program, New York. He sits on the editorial board of the Swedish Art Journal, Paletten.