Camille Arnould Walachowski

Camille Arnould Walachowski mainly works with sculpture to offer on-site installations that often carry signs of struggle. She makes room by reconstructing micro-events mentally formulated from details experience. Marked by ordinary violence of everyday life literature (Bukowski, Dostoyevsky, Baker, the Brutalists…) and poetic syntaxes, some of her works are built by echoes or tensions that punctuate the space when others are a brutally sweet expression of domestic surrealism. Camille Arnould Walachowski builds ghost stories in which we always arrive too late.


Camille Arnould Walachowski (b. 1989 in Villeneuve d’Ascq, FRANCE) lives and works Glasgow. She received a MFA degree from the Sorbonne in 2014 where she was shortlisted for the Michel Journiac’s price. After graduating with top honors from ENSAPC (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts de Paris Cergy) in 2015 she became an active member of ChezKit, artist run space in Pantin (France) until she relocated to Glasgow in 2016. Selected exhibitions includes A glimpse of future home and then get to work, Glassbox, Paris (2017), Künstlich, Natürlich, Galeria Sabot, Cluj-Napoca (2016), Bad at Sports, Perception Park @ ChezKit, Pantin (2016); Recto/Verso, Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris (2015), Secondes vies, Department of Culture and communication, Paris (2015), Réels imaginaires, Art bridge contemporary, Paris (2014), Dé-placement, Camden collective studio, London (2014), Parallèles singuliers, Galerie l’inattendue, Paris (2014)