Camara Lundestad Joof (1988) is a Norwegian-Gambian documentary performance artist, playwright and author.
She’s currently a house playwright at Dramatikkens Hus (The Norwegian Centre for New Playwriting ) and in June she released her first book I talk about it all the time.
The past twelve years she has worked as a political and artistic adviser for art institutions, organizations and governments in Norway and The Nordics.
Since 2008 Joof has, together with Liv Hege Skagestad, led the youth and children’s theatre Den Mangfaldige Scenen (The Multiplicity Stage) in Oslo, both as a project leader, performing artist and artistic adviser.
Her artistic and political works tend to center around intersectionality, norm critique and youth.