Photo by: Piotr Niepsuj
Enzo Camacho + Ami Lien
he and she/they
Filipino and Taiwanese-American
Born 1985. Makati, Philippines; Born 1987. Dallas, Texas
Lives and works in Berlin, Germany and New York
Enzo Camacho and Ami Lien are artists and writers from the Philippines and the United States, respectively. For over twelve years, they have developed a collaborative artistic practice that draws from the experiences of peoples’ struggles in the Philippines (and elsewhere) and addresses localized iterations of labor and capital from the perspective of imperialist damage. They have shown at the Kunstverein Freiburg (Germany), Green Papaya Art Projects (Quezon City, Philippines), the Brunei Gallery at SOAS University of London (UK), and the NTU Center for Contemporary Art (Singapore). Their work has been included in Manifesta 13, the 5th New Museum Triennial, the 39th EVA Art Biennial, and the 10th Asia Pacific Triennial. They have published texts with the Walker Art Center and MoMA. They both received their Masters in Fine Arts from the HfBK Hamburg and their Bachelors from Harvard University. Currently, they are fellows at the Graduate School of the University of the Arts, Berlin.