Camilla Singh is a multidisciplinary artist and curator whose practice includes installation, sculpture, drawing, photo and audio-based work, as well as performance, movement and collaboration. Singh has a history as an educator and an art critic. Her art practice is based in social research and investigative practices. She performs in the band MORTIFIED with dancer/choreographer Jenn Goodwin.

Singh is also the former Assistant Director/Curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Toronto, Canada. She holds an MFA in Contemporary Studio Practice from the Dutch Art Institute in the Netherlands and a BFA from the University of Guelph, Canada. She has worked with Toronto’s Nuit Blanche in various capacities; as an artist Singh was commissioned to make two major interactive installations, as the Curator she presented Supernatural City with 10 installations by prominent international and local artists, she was the producer of MOCA’s independent projects, and she is currently a member of their Advisory Committee.

Recent solo exhibitions include the Art Gallery of York University, Toronto (2014), Jam Jar Gallery (collaboration with Walter Willems), Dubai, UAE (2014), Angell Gallery, Toronto (2012). Recent residencies include Visiting Artist in Sculpture, York University (2013 – 14), Onagawa AIR, Japan (2013), Your Call Will be Answered in Sequins, Drake Lab Residency, Toronto (2012), and MORTIFIED was selected for a HATCH production residency in the Studio Theatre at Harbourfront Centre, Toronto (2012). In addition to other grants and awards, Singh received a Chalmers Arts Fellowship from the Ontario Arts Council in 2012 to support her research towards creating uniforms for curators.