Collages made by hand and digitally, representing my navigation of both dreamscapes and
day to day waking life, thematically inclined toward investigations of physical vs robotic,
technology and spirituality.
In the series, "Runaways," a female protagonist goes on adventures accompanied by various
animal companions. The work conjures a picaresque sprit familiar from adventure stories in which
a heroine navigates an exotic and unfamiliar world.
Spanning painting, printmaking, collage and sculpture, my work has been largely devoted to
elements from each into cohesive entities exploring physical growth, deterioration and decay,
spiritual cycles, and celebration.
My interdisciplinary practice explores natural systems of the body/its environment and how this is subjectively translated through our senses, employing a wide variety of techniques and materials ranging from X-rays to ice to paint.
The explores the collusion between nature and science.
Based on nature's sculptured forms Campbell induces new
definitions through fragmented objects, bending forms, concepts
and connotations of the everyday natural systems.
Interdisciplinary artist, curator and cultural entrepreneur based in NYC. His work incorporates new media technologies, cinematic narratives, performance art, and socially engaged art to explore identity, gender, and migration politics.
My interest in the labyrinth as a structure is based in the circle. Here, the circle turns in on itself,
and raises the question of reality. In postmodern practice, could also revolve around her
“uniqueness-reproducibility axis,” allowing the artist