Kameron Neal is a multidisciplinary artist working in video, performance, and design. He uses technology as a tool to encode history and craft compelling performances of self. A Princess Grace Awardee, NYU ITP Fellow and NYSCA/NYFA Fellow, Kameron is currently a Public Artist in Residence in the NYC Department of Records where he is researching new ways to engage with the city’s municipal archives. He recently directed Whiteness: Part One, an immersive 360° video cantata in collaboration with Paul Pinto that was presented at CultureHub and La MaMa. In 2020, he co-created MukhAgni with Shayok Misha Chowdhury, an irreverent multimedia performance memoir that was presented at Under the Radar. His work has been featured in music videos and performances by Billy Porter and Rufus Wainwright. Kameron’s work has been written about Forbes, The New York Times, National Geographic, HYPEBEAST and presented by a variety of institutions including The Public Theater, BAM, Ars Nova, SohoRep, Digital Graffiti, New Orleans Film Festival, the Williams College Museum of Art and SoundScene at the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum.