Small Works Project: Annielly Camargo
Annielly Camargo (They/Them, She/Her) is a queer photographer and mixed media artist. Their creations live through a variety of mediums ranging from video, installation, or alternative photographic processes. They have been shooting digitally for the past 8 years and more recently started shooting on Polaroid and medium format film cameras. As a visual artist and art activist, they hope to use their creative eye and methods of expression to address important matters. Allowing the viewer to address certain topics in the work; both the viewer and the creator become mutually educated in their own selves and the world around them. Camargo’s art photography focuses on vulnerable bodies navigating in challenging spaces. These environments test limits and question realities regardless of the human state allowing a deeper look into self and societal healing. Annielly Camargo currently resides in Boston, MA and has a BA from Hampshire College. They are currently documenting the ongoing racial equality movements that are happening locally and nationwide. Aside from their journalism work they are continuously expanding on their college thesis work ‘Transportando al Futuro’ based in Havana, Cuba.
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