CAMP is a collaborative studio set up by Ashok Sukumaran and Shaina Anand in 2007. It has been producing widely-exhibited new work in video and film, electronic media, and public art forms, sustaining long duration and sometimes large-scale artistic work. From their home base in Chuim village, Mumbai they run the online archives https://Pad.ma and https://Indiancine.ma, and the Mankhurd community space, R and R among other activities. CAMP's work has received awards around the world, including the New Views Award at the Olhar de Cinema Curitiba 2014, best project award at the Sharjah Biennial 2009, and the Prix Ars Electronica in Linz, 2007. They are the only Indian artists to have shown at the once-in-ten-years Sculpture Project, Münster.
CAMP's artworks have exhibited at Documenta 13 and 14, MoMA (2015) and New Museum (2012), Tate Modern (2017). They have participated in biennials of Gwangju, Taipei, Shanghai, Sharjah and Kochi-Muziris, and their work has shown at film venues such as the Flaherty Seminar, Anthology Film Archives, the London Film Festival and the Viennale. In 2015, they presented a major survey of their works across five solo exhibitions titled As If I-V across Kolkata, New Delhi and Mumbai. Current projects include Past, Present, Future, a deep excavation of public histories of the city of Mumbai through print media, cinema, and institutional archives, The New Medium, an annual curated film series for MAMI film festival, Mumbai, and an upcoming solo exhibition at the De Appel curating school in Amsterdam, in March 2019.