Cammisa Buerhaus (b. 1986) is a New York based sound artist and actress predominantly working with image and sound to synthesize critiques of politics and gender through voice. Her film Private Lives recently screened at The Knockdown, Spectacle Theatre, and Hyle Athens. Recent roles include Hillary Clinton for Cecilia Corrigan’s film series Motherland and Beatrice in Richard Maxwell’s play The Evening. In 2016, she presented work at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Moiety, and Metro Pictures Project Space. Her work has been reviewed in The Wire, Artforum, and Texte Zur Kunst.
Buerhaus has exhibited and performed internationally, including MoMA PS1, Times Square Arts Alliance, Kinderhook and Caracas (DIY Church), and Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (Lust am Risiko Performance Festival). Her work is held in private collections in the US and abroad.