Joyce Campbell

Joyce Campbell is an interdisciplinary artist who has been working in photography, film and video for over 20 years. Her recent work utilises anachronistic photographic techniques to examine the collision of natural and cultural systems. Campbell is an Associate Professor at the University of Auckland Elam School of Fine Arts. She has an MFA from Elam, undertook postgraduate studies at the University of California, San Diego, and is currently completing a PhD in Creative Practice at the University of Auckland.

In 2006, Campbell was selected as one of the Antarctica New Zealand/Creative New Zealand Artists to Antarctica Programme recipients. She has been invited to participate in several international biennials including the Incheon International Women Artist’s Biennale, Korea (2007), The Asia Pacific Triennial, Brisbane (1999) and the 11th Biennale of Sydney (1998). Her public projects include In the Ether, Union Station Photographic Lightbox Project, Los Angeles (2015).

Campbell has been included in numerous group exhibitions in New Zealand, Australia, Europe and North America, including Emanations: The Art of the Cameraless Photograph, curated by Geoffrey Batchen, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery (2016); and The Alchemists, curated by Suzanne Buljan et. al, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney (2015).

In 2016, she participated in the 20th Biennale of Sydney and was a finalist in the Walters Award for her 2015 work Flightdream, which premiered at Two Rooms. She has also shown subiltis (2016), To the Wash (2014), The Thread (2013), Marianas (2011), Te Taniwha (2010) and Crown Coach Botanicals (2008), at the gallery.

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