Kameron Neal is an artist and designer working in video, installation, and performance. He began his career working in-house as a graphic designer at The Public Theater with Paula Scher. He is currently a Public Artist in Residence in NYC’s Department of Records where he created Down the Barrel (of a Lens), a film installation confronting NYPD surveillance. Kameron has received awards from the Princess Grace Foundation and NYSCA/NYFA in Digital/Electronic Arts. He also received a Lucille Lortel award for Outstanding Projection for his work on Ryan J. Haddad’s Dark Disabled Stories at The Public Theater. As an artist in residence at ALL ARTS & MAXMachina, Kameron is developing Whiteness, an immersive 360° video cantata about the silliness and anxieties of skin color in collaboration with composer Paul Pinto. In 2020, he co-created MukhAgni with Shayok Misha Chowdhury, an irreverent multimedia performance memoir about death that was presented at The Public Under the Radar Festival. Kameron’s work has been featured in music videos and performances by Billy Porter and Rufus Wainwright. Kameron’s work has also been seen in The New York Times, Forbes, National Geographic, HYPEBEAST and presented at a variety of institutions including BAM, Ars Nova, SohoRep, CultureHub, Institute for Electronic Arts, Digital Graffiti, New Orleans Film Festival, Williams College Museum of Art and SoundScene at the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum.
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