Camille is currently delivering a workshop series called Embodied movement for social change.
In these sessions, dance, somatics and mindfulness are used to explore how oppression is rooted in the body and how we can shift it's hold on our lives using mindful attention and movement.
This work is intended to generate new approaches to activism that focus on the body, as well as the mind. After all, systems of power and oppression are reproduced by our bodies on a daily basis.
This work is influenced by Camille's ongoing research in traumatology, somatics, social justice and embodied approaches to social change.
Camille has delivered sessions at The Attenborough Centre, Brighton and Deptford Lounge, London in association with Performing Borders Live.
Workshops have also been commissioned for events including the Black Sheroes Exhibition at Ugly Duck (London) and Walthamstow Art Night 2019, in association with Nikki Agency.
To read more about Camille's practice and methodology for this work, check out the following interview with Performing Borders Live.