Constance Camus-Govoroff (born 1994 in Paris, FR) is a French visual and performance artist. They currently live and work in-between France and Switzerland.

Their practice includes film, perfromance, installation, text, photography and sound, and is mainly concerned with the philosophical understanding of inheritance and alienation. 

After they graduated from Gobelins, l’école de l’image (Paris, FR) with honors in 2020, their first essay “Ce qui me retenait” was published in Vevey (CH).



2020 BA in Video and Photography, Gobelins (Paris)

2019 E-Art, China Academy of Art (Hangzhou, CN)

2019 First Assistant for Caroline Fayette (Berlin)

2018 International Documentary Film Workshop
     Youth Media Engagement (Krisko, SI)

2018 Third Assistant for Takimoto Mikiya (Tokyo) 

2016 CPGE, Liberal Arts studies (Paris)

2013 Language studies, Freie Universität (Berlin)


2020 Mémoire, Douanes de Paris (Paris)

2018 Quarteronne, Galerie Béatrice Soulié (Paris)

2017 Sur Rendez-Vous, A. Deschin Galerie (Paris)


2019 Best Cinematographer Award for TWIN K
     FUSE Festival (Karlovac, HR)


2018 Galerie la Périphérie, Malakoff (FR)

2017 Philippe Demontaut, private collection (FR)

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