Camilla Boemio is a writer, researcher curator, and university consultant. Her work focuses on interdisciplinary systems from an intersectional feminist perspective, with a focus on the social systems and other ethics ecologies. Her recent curatorial projects include the exhibition: Jérôme Chazeix: The coat of hipness (materiali velati) in Altaroma2020 agenda at Label201 (2020); Marina Moreno: Dance as sculpture in space supported by Arts Council England (2019-2020). She took part in the Venice Vending Machine at Tate Exchange, Tate Liverpool.
In 2016, she was the curator of Diminished Capacity the first Nigerian Pavilion at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia; and in 2013 she was the co-deputy curator of Portable Nation. Disappearance as work in Progress – Approaches to Ecological Romanticism the Maldives Pavilion at 55th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia. She is a member of AICA (International Association of Arts Critics). She co-founded with Fabrizio Orsini the experimental nomadic non-profit AAC Platform.