Cẩm-Anh Lương (she/they) is a new media artist and designer from Vietnam, currently based in Berlin. Their work focuses on personal narratives, migration, and the politics of memory, using mixed media or virtual reality to create immersive, interactive experiences that challenge perceptions of reality. These installations and virtual worlds would then serve as platforms for exploring forgotten histories shaped by the legacies of colonization, state propaganda, and stereotypes imposed on Southeast Asian migrant female* bodies.

Cẩm-Anh was awarded the kultur_formen Durchstarten grant in 2020, the DAAD Abschlussarbeit Stipendium in 2024, and has participated in various funded projects with scientists, artists, and musicians. Her work has been exhibited in a group performance at Berlin Biennale 10 (2018), nGbK (New Society for Visual Arts in Berlin, 2021), Vorspiel Berlin (2022 & 2023), Carnival of Algorithmic Culture Toronto (2023), and documenta-fifteen (2022).

Beside the artistic practice,  Cẩm-Anh works as an an art educator, advocating for alternative voices that empower marginalized communities. She has collaborated and participated with collectives such as neue nachbarschaft/Moabit (2021-23) menseer_projekt (which she initiated, 2020-21), and *foundationClass*Collective (2018-22), examining the intersection of new media art, technology, and social justice. 

For a complete CV (exhibitions, grants, working experiences); to collaborate or anything else, feel free to get in touch

︎ camanh at proton dot me


2024 – TBD
Solo Show – Becoming Future
SOMA Art Berlin – Berlin, DE

2024 – TBD 
Galopp – Bachelorausstellung
– HTW Berlin - Berlin , DE

2023 – Mind & Machine – Vietnam Festival of Creativity & DesignHai An Gallery - Ho Chi Minh City & Vietnamese Women’s Museum - Hanoi, VN

2023 – Carnival of Algorithmic Culture 
- Toronto, CA 

2023 – Vorspiel / transmediale & CTM
- Berlin, DE

2022 – documenta fifteen
Fridericianum & Hafenstrasse 76 - Kassel, DE

2022 – Vorspiel / transmediale & CTM
Silent Green – Berlin, DE

2021 – Wo sind die Grenzen?
w/ Neue Nachbarschaft Moabit - Berlin, DE

2021 – This is (not) the end
w/ Design Students of HTW Berlin,
Alter St. Matthäus Kirchhof - Berlin, DE

2021 – Werkschau HTW Berlin
– Berlin, DE

2021 – Die Balkone 2- Scratching the Surface – Berlin, DE

2020 – *foundationClass - from within the cracks  neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst (nGbK) - Berlin, DE

2019 – Palmification feldfünf Projekträume - Berlin, DE

2019 – Sommerfest The Garden Bridge
Brücke-Museum - Berlin, DE

2019 – Rungang weißensee with Grundlagen: Mobile Kitchen
weißensee Kunsthochschule - Berlin, DE

2018 – Rungang weißensee with *foundation Class 
weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin - Berlin, DE

2018– Berlin Biennale 10 / I’m Not Who You Think I’m Not #13, The *foundationClass’ non-Cafeteria of the Academy of Misery– Akademie der Künste  - Berlin, DE


2019 – current
Communication Design
HTW Berlin – Berlin, DE

2022 – Virtual Exhibitions: Designing & Curating for the Metaverse
Node Center for Curatorial Studies - Berlin, DE

2018-19 – *foundationClass
weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin
– Berlin, DE

2019 – Artist Training : Fine ArtsUniversität der Künste Berlin / Weiterbildung College
– Berlin, DE

2006-10 – Business of Law
Vietnam National University – Hanoi, VN


2024  – 
DAAD Studienabschluss Stipendium – DE  

2022  – Musikfonds
Issued by Musikfonds e.V. (Music fund) – DE  

2022  – Outreach GrantsIssued by The Palaeontological Association – UK  

2022 – Outreach & Education AwardIssued by Society of Vertebrate Paleontology – USA 

2020 – Durchstarten
Issued by Berlin Projektfonds Kulturelle Bildung (Berlin Cultural Education Project Fund) – DE 

2008 – Runner Up prizeCanon Photo Marathon Hanoi – VN


2023-24  – Paläéo for all
Art/Science workshop series for children (8-12) - Co-Leading w/ Dr. Roland Sookias– University of Liège -BE

2021-23 – neue nachbarschaft Moabit Berlin e.V.Art workshop facilitator for children (5-14) and women* w/ diverse background

– Berlin, DE

2020-21 – WAS GEHT?! Magazin Design workshop series for young people (20-27) w/ diverse background- Berlin, DE

2020-21 – menseer projektPerformance workshop series for BIPOC &/or transational students of HTW Berlin - Project founder/ Co-Leading- Berlin, DE

2019 –  weißensee Art academy
(Summer Semester)
Performance workshops series on cultural appropriation for foundation year students - Co-Leading  w/ Dachil Sado
– Berlin, DE


2023  – ZK/U Openhaus MAY  Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik
Center for Art and Urbanistic - w/ Jukai Collective

– Berlin, DE

2023  – Berlin Design  Week
 –  Open Studio Night
HTW Berlin 
– Berlin, DE


2023  – Mind & Machine Practice Talk: How we see arts in AI era? - w/ Christian Berg, Ha Chau Bao Nhi – Mod. Hải Nam Nguyễn – Hanoi, VN

2023  – Curating through Conflicts & Care –  Symposium Curating Conflict - w/ Lama el Khatib, Fogha Mc Cornelius Refem – Mod. Maithu Bùi

– Berlin, DE

2023  – Jardin d(’h)iver / Vorspiel - Roundtable   Eocene, Virtual Reality, and the Gardens - w/ Edoardo Micheli, Lucien Danzeisen & Dr. Roland Sookias– Berlin, DE


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Banner: “The advantages of being a migrant woman* of colour artist”, in tribute to Guerilla Girls.

Working without pressures of success * Not having to share shows with white artists * Not having to share shows with male artists * Missing your shows due to your weak visa status * Having an escape from the art world through your multiple side gigs * Knowing your career might pick up after your kids grow up * Knowing your career might slow down once your parents grown old * Being reassured that whatever kind of art you create, it will be labelled as feminine and migrant * Creating without appropriating other cultural identities * Knowing your work may only get recognized in your golden years * Avoiding the tokenism trap of the tenure-track * Seeing your experiences as inspirations in the works of others * Having the opportunity to pursue your art career OR motherhood * More time for your art after leaving that deadbeat * Always having an excuse to leave the art opening early * Having your erased stories resurface in new histories * Having no embarrassing genius myth to live up to * Being reassured that your photo and your profile in the media are more important than your art ** Finding power in your intersectional community  THE ADVANTAGES OF BEING A MIGRANT WOMAN* OF COLOUR ARTIST: