Camille Barton is an interdisciplinary artist, educator and embodiment researcher, who uses afropresentism to imagine creative interventions towards systems change. Their work combines somatics, dance and trauma informed approaches to explore oppression and how we can re-pattern it, moving towards life sustaining practices.
Camille is the head of Ecologies of Transformation (2021 - 2023), a temporary masters programme at Sandberg Institute, exploring how art making and embodiment can facilitate social change. They are currently researching grief on behalf of the Global Environments Network, creating a toolkit of embodied grief practices to support efforts for intersectional, ecological justice. Camille also works as an advisor for MAPS, ensuring that psychedelic therapies will be accessible to global majority communities (POC) most harmed by the war on drugs.