Portrait of  Camille Serisier

Camille Serisier

Affiliated Researcher
Centre for Global Science and Epistemic Justice


Camille Serisier is a visual artist who explores the power of storytelling as a force for positive social change. Her practice is interdisciplinary, working across painting, photography, moving image, performance and sculptural installation. 

Serisier received traditional training in drawing and painting at the Julian Ashton Art School and the National Art School in Sydney. She was awarded a National Undergraduate Scholarship to study Fine Art at the Australian National University graduating with First Class Honours and the Neil Roberts Sculpture Prize. 

Serisier honed her research skills during years of professional experience in the museum and gallery sector working as a collections curator. She has held positions at Uplands Gallery Melbourne, Amanda Love Art, the Griffith University Art Museum in Brisbane, Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art, as well as the Museum of Australian Democracy based in Old Parliament House, Canberra. She was a Visiting Scholar at the Smithsonian Museum of American Art in Washington D.C. with the assistance of the Brisbane Lord Mayor’s Young and Emerging Artist Fellowship. 

Her projects have been exhibited internationally, including the Museum of Brisbane, Alaska Projects and Fringe Arts Bath in the United Kingdom. Camille’s work has been widely covered in the media, including visual art magazines, newspapers, radio, and television. Her work has appeared in publications such as Runway in Australia and Creative Non Fiction in the USA. 

Camille has participated in residency programs with Bundanon Trust and Parramatta Artist Studios in Australia, as well as the Kings School and In A Space in the UK. Her works are held in private and public collections internationally.

Since the summer of 2023, Camille has been a key partner in a project addressing the chronic under-recruitment of Black donors in stem cell banks. This project is led by GSEJ founding member Dr. Jill Shepherd in collaboration with Professor Joy Zhang and Dr. Rebecca Cassidy.

Last updated 15 October 2023