Brooklyn-based artist Cami Dominguez was born in Caracas, Venezuela. She attended Amherst College, where in 2018 she received the degree Bachelor of Arts, cum laude in Art & the History of Art. Her research-based art practice frequently incorporates found footage and objects, collaborative ventures, and interventions in non-art spaces. She writes and performs pop music under the name Slic Pup and is currently developing a film project about pets.
Her senior thesis show, Two Women in Uniform, Next To Each Other received the Wise Award for Studio Art, and a four-channel video installation included in the exhibition (untitled, 2018) was entered into the permanent collection of the Mead Art Museum in Amherst, Massachusetts. In 2018, she exhibited a sound sculpture alongside artist Sonia Clark in the group show Measuring Histories: Sonya Clark and Students at Amherst College’s Eli Marsh Gallery. Her experimental film work has been featured in the third issue of the Barnard Journal of Arts and Criticism, the 2016 Student Experimental Film Festival in Binghampton, NY, and the 2016 Five College Film Festival in Mount Holyoke, MA.