Ibiye is a multidisciplinary artist, who's work engages with technology and material within the African Diaspora. Ibiye’s practice highlights the biases and conflicts of tech-infrastructures in the landscape. She is focused on the glitches and errors in scanning software and digital interfaces. She describes the ‘glitch’ is an embedded inequality in how technology identifies texture, colour, materials, and time. These technological glitches exposes the conflicts of digital infrastructures and its imperial ideologies. In response to her research, Ibiye creates 3D models, immersive sounds and augmented reality installations. Ibiye Camp holds an MA in Architecture from the Royal College of Art, and BA (Hons) in Fine Art, from the University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins. Ibiye is currently a tutor at the RCA in the School of Architecture. She tutors in Media Studies and the Architecture Design Studio titled Demonic Shoes with Dele Adeyemo and Dámaso Randulfe. Ibiye has presented her work at the Triennale Milano in The Sharjah Architecture Triennial titled Rights of Future Generations in 2019, The State of the Art of Architecture conference in 2020, the Istanbul Biennial titled Empathy Revisited in 2020, MAAT – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology's exhibition titled X is Not a Small Country in 2021 and the 13th Shanghai Biennale titled Bodies of Water in 2021.