Camille Intson is an Esto-Canadian writer, media artist, and multidisciplinary theatre and performance maker. Her research-based creative projects question what it means to be human in a predominantly digital world and, more specifically, how digital culture impacts queer-female identities and sexualities. She is interested in technology’s impact on the humanities as a whole, and the literatures, hybrid performance works, and endless potentialities that can come therefrom. Camille prizes vulnerability, empathy, and openness as vital creative partners; her work is both personal and political, and aspires to dissolve boundaries between mediums.

Camille’s prize-winning work as a playwright has been produced and developed across Canada. Over the past few years, as Artistic Director of ad-hoc sister collectives ArtLaunch Theatre Company and Pantheon Projects, she has focused her creative energies on a series of experimental, interdisciplinary works which seek to challenge human agency and perception in an era of mass digitization. This has led her to the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama’s MA in Performance Practice as Research, where her focus has been on collaborative intermedial performance between human and nonhuman entities.
She can be found everywhere on the internet at @camilleintson, or at
*To access Camille Intson’s work, betweenspace, please visit*

June 2020. Our homes have become our studios, our workspaces, our places of rest, our leisure centres, our classrooms — and, now, our stages.

betweenspace is a co-collaborative performance between the artist and the objects and spaces in her domestic ecosystem. The work invites you, a virtual audience, to an interactive digital experience, traversing the personal and the political through an exploration of the intimate nooks of a north London flat during a time of global crisis and quarantine.

betweenspace examines the art of dwelling in residential spaces and the selves we inhabit within their confines, translating a precarious relationship between humans and their “things” to a digital interface. The practice in question involves taking seriously non-human entities, such as spaces and objects, as ‘actors’ in a performance event and distributing agency among performing bodies. It is a sensitivity to the messy practices of relationality and new/digital materialist philosophies.
By interrogating and collapsing the boundaries between embodiment/disembodiment, presence/absence, human/non-human, and the tangible/virtual, betweenspace considers our fluidity as human subjects in greater ecologies of matter, and our inseparability from the material forces that surround us.