Lives in Oslo, Norway. Camille Norment is a multi-media artist who works with both visual and sonic elements. Her work utilizes sound, installation, light sculptures, drawing, performance, and video. These media are united by a preoccupation with the relationship of form and space with the body of the viewer to create an aesthetic and conceptual experience. Norment uses the study of cultural psychoacoustics to frame her work and defines the term as the examination of socio-cultural phenomena through sound and music. Her investigations do not reflect the boundaries of a singular cultural agenda or perspective, but rather the latent, enduring dialogues, intersections, and contradictions of cultures. She also performs with the rare glass armonica and ensembles with her Camille Norment Trio and other musicians internationally. Recent exhibitions include Rapture, Venice Biennial Nordic Pavilion (2015), Soundings: A Contemporary Score, The Museum of Modern Art (2013) and Kochi-Muziris Biennale (2016).