Bobbi Cameron is an artist based in Glasgow, her practice is rooted in performance and time-based actions in a multidisciplinary context, incorporating sound, text, and moving image.

Cameron works with giving documented and memorialised bodies agency within the gallery and seeks to experiment with how we encounter and perceive spaces. Her practice is concerned with using acts of queering, spirituality and interrogating notions of the self to develop radical acts of care. She is particularly interested in different perspectives of ghosting, blending the lines between documentary and liveness. This stems from an ongoing research practice that explores queer phenomenology, (dis)orientations and their combined effects on architecture and landscape.  

Most recently, Cameron has been collaborating with spirits, ghosts and entities to explore how these approaches to communal disorientation can be experienced with spiritual beings and its impact on those of us physically living.