Camille Pradon is a French visual artist, born in 1993.
Using the image as a sensitive material, she conducts in-depth research on the concepts of displacement and fragmentary narratives. From video, installation, photography to drawing and ceramics, Camille Pradon fosters a formal language that plays on the porosity between mediums.
Her work is regularly exhibited in France and abroad, including at the Manchester Museum of Natural History (UK), Cité internationale des arts and Villa Belleville (Paris), Lyon Contemporary Art Biennale, the Gabes Cinema Fen Festival (Tunisia) and by the Wallonie-
Bruxelles Centre (Paris).
Her essays are part of various art publications including Le Magazine du Jeu de Paume and Point Contemporain.
Camille Pradon graduated from the Higher School of Art and Design of Saint-Étienne in 2015, and studied at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna, Italy.
In 2020 and 2021, she held a residency at the Cité internationale des arts de Paris, the Villa Salammbô from the French Cultural Institute of Tunisia and the Grand Tour Residency Program from French Cultural Institute Italia.
She lives and works between France and Tunisia and is currently represented by lilia ben salah Gallery, Paris.
Portrait by Maurine Tric © Adagp 2021