Camille Rajotte holds a bachelor in visual and media arts, international profile, at Université Laval, Quebec City, where she is currently pursuing a master’s in visual arts and a certificate in architectural theory. She recently realised an artist residency in Barcelona. She also produced an art piece built into the architecture of the entrance of the La Fabrique building in Quebec City. Her work has freshly been shown in a solo exhibition in Trois-Rivières, Canada. It also been exposed in numerous group exhibitions. At Épilogue (2013), an exhibition for Université Laval graduating students at the Espace 400e Bell in Quebec City, she won the prestigious René-Richard prize awarded to the most promising student. Other group shows include Traduction /// translation (2014), in Montréal, Répercussions (2013), at Université Laval’s Desjardins pavilion ; Vues sur Scalpée (2013), at La Bordée theatre in Quebec City; Banc d’essai (2012), at Université Laval’s Galerie des arts visuels; and the Festival des arts éphémères de Marseille (2012) in France.