Founding Member, Co-director Points of View 2015-2016. Camille is an artist and architectural historian who has been drawing tirelessly since she was able to hold a pencil. After completing a BFA in Art History from Concordia University (2011), she graduated from the Post-professional Master’s in Cultural Mediation and Technology at the School of Architecture of McGill University (2013). Her graduate research focused on the historic movie theatre typology, in relation to the affective experience and role of movie-going in urban sociability. In parallel to her studies, she did internships at the Musée Tomi Ungerer (Strasbourg, FR) and at the Museum of Modern Art (New York, USA). Passionate about Montreal’s built environment, she is one of the founding members and co-curator of Points de vue for a series of urban laboratories and final exhibition on the Wellington Tower (2014) and co-director the following year for an artistic intervention on the E.T. Corset. Camille worked as educator for the creative workshops at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal and as curatorial coordinator for the public programs at the Canadian Centre for Architecture. Since 2017, she is general coordinator at LA SERRE – arts vivants, a live art organization that supports emerging artists in live art. And, the rest of the time, she works on her watercolor travelling sketchbooks – Burkina Faso (2015), Iceland (2016), Indonesia (2018).