Camille Barton, BA
Camille Sapara Barton is an author and embodiment practitioner who is dedicated to creating networks of care and liveable futures. They work as an artist, facilitator, consultant and curator across the realms of embodied social justice, grief, pleasure and drug policy. Rooted in Black feminism, ecology and harm reduction, Camille uses creativity, alongside embodied practices, to create culture change in fields ranging from psychedelic assisted therapy to arts education. Camille is based in Amsterdam and recently finished working as the Director of Ecologies of Transformation; a temporary masters programme at Sandberg Institute, researching how art making and embodiment can create social change. Their debut book Tending Grief: Embodied Rituals for Holding Our Sorrow and Growing Cultures of Care in Community will be published in April 2024 and is now available to pre order.