As well as making At the Crossroads With Vincent in 2014, R.M. Sánchez-Camus is a frequent collaborator on Artangel projects. He was the production manager of Saskia Olde Wolbers' Yes, These Eyes Are the Windows (2014), the technical installation manager on Sarah Cole's Smother (2010), and the creative installation manager on Mark Storor's a tender subject on which he also published an essay.
Sánchez-Camus is an artist who creates social works in the form of live events, site-specific installations, contemporary circus, immersive theatre and performance. His work explores place making, folklore, politics, mythologies and psychogeography. Sánchez-Camus’s commitment to social engagement and site-specific work has led him to direct a circus show in Colombia about local culture and stories; an immersive theatre production in London’s Hoxton Music Hall about Pacific Ocean rubbish gyre; a street festival in Ghana about HIV/Aids prevention; and a multi-location performance in Beirut about memory in post-civil war society. New York City born and London based, Sánchez-Camus has worked internationally, projects and exhibitions include Seek Courage, People United, Kent; Marshes: A Walk for One, Hackney Marshes, London 2013; Topografie Invisibili, ALTO fest, Italy 2013; El Ensueño del Dorado, Circolombia, Colombia 2012; Triangulated City, Zoukak, Lebanon 2009.
Recent publications include Applied Live Art: Socially Engaged & Site-Responsive Performance, 2012 and End of Life Care: A Guide for Therapists, Artists and Arts Therapists, 2013. Sánchez-Camus holds a PhD in Applied Live Art (Brunel University, London), MA Scenography Time-Based Media (Central Saint Martins, London), and a BA in Fine Arts Interactive Installation (School of Visual Arts, New York City).