CAMP was born in November 2007, as a space and work studio in Bombay, India. It began from a will to work collectively in areas around technology, art, archives, the public sphere, and contemporary life. CAMP works with many media and platforms: video, radio, film, books, software, hardware, seeking to create new structures of support and enquiry, and of production, distribution and exhibition. CAMP’s members have participated in the Dakar Biennale-off 2008, Dictionary of War, Taipei Biennale 2008, Broadcast Yourself, Newcastle 2008, 48˚C: Public, Art, Ecology, Delhi 2008, The Impossible Prison, Nottingham Contemporary 2008, Indian Highway, Serpentine Gallery London 2008, The Edgware Road Project, London (ongoing), If We Cant Get it Together: Artists Rethinking Communities, Power Plant Toronto 2009, the 9th Sharjah Biennial 2009, the Jerusalem Show 2009, Transitio-MX Mexico City 2009, The Liverpool Biennial 2010, Home Works V 2010, and the Lalit Kala Academy Delhi 2011, among other events and residencies. CAMP is also co-initiator of Pad.ma, the online video archive.