Camille Thomas is an artist living and working on unceded Woiwurrung country, of the wider Kulin nation. Camille’s practice processes the act of unravelling, thinking through making. Examining thoughts of identity and memory, their reflective practice considers the multiplicity of the self, meaning and experience. Housing their work within the realm of an expanded drawing practice, they are interested in how drawing techniques can be applied to the personal (transcribing the internal), as well as material and spatial modes of making. Camille completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts at RMIT in 2018, and is currently undertaking their Honours year at VCA.