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Ibiye Camp

  • CountryUnited Kingdom
  • Born1991


Ibiye is a British Nigerian multidisciplinary artist. Her work engages with technology, trade and material within the African Diaspora. Ibiye’s work utilises architectural tools to create sound and video, textiles, accompanied by augmented reality and 3D objects, and highlights the biases and conflicts inherent to technology and postcolonial subjects. Her past projects in Sierra Leone, Nigeria and Ethiopia investigated the dynamics of technology as a means to explore the glitches and tensions between digital infrastructure and the landscape.

Ibiye Camp holds an MA in Architecture from the Royal College of Art, and BA (Hons) in Fine Art, from the University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins. Ibiye’s Thesis project titled Data: The New Black Gold was awarded the School of Architectures Dean’s Prize and was nominated for the RIBA Silver Medal Award.

Ibiye previously tutored at the Royal College of Art in the School of Architecture from 2020-2023. She tutored in Media Studies and Architecture Design Studio 2 with Dele Adeyemo and Dámaso Randulfe.

Ibiye co-founded Xcessive Aesthetics, an interdisciplinary design collective exploring data through immersive technologies and public installations. With Co-Tutors Rhiarna Dhaliwal and Emmy Bacharach, Ibiye runs a BA Studio titled Digital Native at the Design Academy Eindhoven.

Ibiye’s artwork has been presented at the Victoria and Albert Museum (2016), the Porto Design Biennale (2019) Sharjah Architecture Triennial (2019), Triennale Milano (2020), 5th Istanbul Design Biennial (2020) and 13th Shanghai Biennale (2021), ICA (2022), Deptford X London
(2022) The 18th International Architecture Exhibition, (2023).

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