Camille Lazzari was born in 1990 in Luxembourg. She is currently working in both Brussels and Luxembourg. She has gained a Master’s Degree in Visual Arts with a specialisation in drawing from the Ecole de Recherche Graphique in Brussels.
Her artistic craft usually consists in a series of large-sized drawings on rollers. Her drawings of landscapes, architectures and nature show human intervention to a certain extent and are the result of a creative process that is based on the transcription of previously designed drawings in a specific context and the recalling of details in the form of an installation.
Two clashing yet complementary processes can be found in her work: the retracing of lines from a drawing made in a different time and context brings forth memories of the movement and application that differs from its initial inscription, whereas in the context of a drawing made from memory, space is taken in and the framing is filtered by a memory process even before the image is designed. A measurement scale of space and time is thus rendered by the drawing itself and its support.
The flow of thought and perception that the artist faces during his practice of place and movement as well as the memories brought forth from this immersion are reevaluated by reflecting on their depiction.
- Master in visual arts, art practices – critical tools, ERG (Ecole de Recherche Graphique), Brussels, Belgium
- Bachelor in visual and space-related arts, ERG (Ecole de Recherche Graphique), Brussels, Belgium
- Habiter le mouvement, exposition personnelle, Luca (Luxembourg Center for Architecture), Luxembourg
- Uecht, exposition collective, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
- Participation à l’exposition collective d’oeuvres d’étudiants en arts organisée par Cedies et le Casino (Forum d’art contemporain), Luxembourg