“Camamoto” is a collaborative project between two conceptual artists: Takayuki Yamamoto lives and works in Nagoya, Aichi, Japan and Hoang Duong Cam, lives and works in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Takayuki Yamamoto Born 1974 in Aichi, Japan. After obtained MA at Chelsea College of Art and Design in London, he has been active internationally. He is known for his projects that cynically portray the peculiarities of social systems and customs by which people are raised, through creative feelings that lie deep in conversations and games among children.

Hoang Duong Cam Born 1974 in Hanoi, Vietnam. Graduated as a painter at Hanoi Fine Arts University in 1996, he is one of the most active contemporary artists in Vietnam today. His conceptual works usually pick one or many of the following mediums: painting, sculpture, installation, performance, video and digital photography. He is internationally exhibited and deeply concerned to the human conditions, the relations that might existed between one’s inner and outside worlds.

Works / Projects

Aichi Triennale 2010
“CAMAMOTO – On each milestone”, Japan Foundation Exhibition Space, Hanoi, Vietnam

"TWS-Gathering CAMAMOTO – between navels", live video and music performance, TWS Shibuya Art Café kurage, Tokyo, Japan.
“CAMAMOTO - Salad Bar”, Performance, Open Studio at Tokyo Wonder Site Aoyama, Tokyo, Japan.