Camila Pinogay, 1982年出生, 视觉艺术家。2006年毕业于智利大学视觉艺术绘画专业。她的作品曾被各种艺术大赛选中参展，包括智利国家艺术馆举办的Arte Vivo艺术大赛以及智利圣地亚哥视觉艺术美术馆举办的Cabeza de Raton艺术大赛。2017年曾在上海举办“我们的月球时光展览”。
The work of Camila Pinogay invites its viewers to open a Lost and Found box at an imaginary office or school. These are objects that seem to stand still in time and that once found, they convey an inner strength of its own, a strength that has made them survive through current technology and make them still an object that could be used today. They transform themselves into archeological pieces, which allow the viewer to gain a space of memory that is contained in each of them.
The combination of the techniques of screen printing and porcelain work - one used in pop art and the other dating back millennia, respectively - , allow the replication of different daily life objects to scale, transforming them into a different kind of object — not meant to be used, but to be contemplated or to facilitate the discovery in them of an optical illusion or a ready-made operation; a pencil sharpener, erasers, acrylic and oil paint tubes, glue sticks, pencils, all which will never be used and resembling the real ones, yet not exactly the same. With them, you can create your own studio or a stationary shop that resists the development of new technologies and also that seems to have stopped in time.
Camila Pino Gay, born in 1982, is a visual artist. In 2006, she graduated from the school of fine arts at the University of Chile. Her work has won various art competitions, including the Arte Vivo Art Competition organized by the National Gallery of Chile and the Cabeza de Raton Art Competition organized by the San Diego Museum of Visual Arts in Chile.