MFA Exhibition

My MFA Thesis Show took place at Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects, 1082 Queen Street West, Toronto, April 24th – May 6th 2012 Susan Campbell’s work appeared at Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects in Toronto.

MFA Exhibition

My MFA Thesis Show took place at Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects, 1082 Queen Street West, Toronto, April 24th – May 6th 2012 Susan Campbell’s work appeared at Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects in Toronto.

XPACE Images Festival 2012

The first of my Counting Cars series appeared in the XPACE Images Festival at the end of March 2012. The exhibition’s theme was curated by Vikki Dziuma and looked at society’s relationship with technology, communication, time-based or new media. The

XPACE Images Festival 2012

The first of my Counting Cars series appeared in the XPACE Images Festival at the end of March 2012. The exhibition’s theme was curated by Vikki Dziuma and looked at society’s relationship with technology, communication, time-based or new media. The

Long Studio Fogo Island

Fogo Island Residency

In May 2011, I along with my colleagues from the Interdisciplinary Master’s in Art, Media & Design travelled to Fogo Island off the northern coast of Newfoundland for a three week residency at the beautiful Longstudio, with Associate Professor Catherine

Long Studio Fogo Island

Fogo Island Residency

In May 2011, I along with my colleagues from the Interdisciplinary Master’s in Art, Media & Design travelled to Fogo Island off the northern coast of Newfoundland for a three week residency at the beautiful Longstudio, with Associate Professor Catherine

Protected: Studio #5

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Protected: Studio #5

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Woodland Map

Belt Line Trail & Toronto Brickworks Site: This mapping project concerns itself with issues of urban authority – specifically with practices of control and domestication levelled upon public woodland. My investigation attempts to excavate the thin green line between preserving

Woodland Map

Belt Line Trail & Toronto Brickworks Site: This mapping project concerns itself with issues of urban authority – specifically with practices of control and domestication levelled upon public woodland. My investigation attempts to excavate the thin green line between preserving

Studio #4

By continuing to work in and through the site, I am attempting to resolve the following issues: the degree to which visual culture increasingly attributes a dollar value to trees, both in terms of their energy savings as an environmental

Studio #4

By continuing to work in and through the site, I am attempting to resolve the following issues: the degree to which visual culture increasingly attributes a dollar value to trees, both in terms of their energy savings as an environmental

Studio #3

It became more resolved for me to somehow draw into rather than draw out from this place, particularly since the contents of the site were now largely absent. The lack of a focal point became part of the reason I

Studio #3

It became more resolved for me to somehow draw into rather than draw out from this place, particularly since the contents of the site were now largely absent. The lack of a focal point became part of the reason I

Studio #2

I returned to the deforested site to consider the ways in which I could document this transposition. My approach was one of blindly feeling my way tentatively across this field of bark and broken sticks. Walking slowly on the unfamiliar

Studio #2

I returned to the deforested site to consider the ways in which I could document this transposition. My approach was one of blindly feeling my way tentatively across this field of bark and broken sticks. Walking slowly on the unfamiliar

Studio #1

My artistic practice investigates the tensions between physical boundaries (space as it is experienced) and virtual boundaries (space as it is represented). Mapping traditionally conveys a stable relation between physical territory and occupation of that space. More recently however, mapping

Studio #1

My artistic practice investigates the tensions between physical boundaries (space as it is experienced) and virtual boundaries (space as it is represented). Mapping traditionally conveys a stable relation between physical territory and occupation of that space. More recently however, mapping

Like There’s No Tomorrow

Like There’s No Tomorrow

The show’s curator, Mary McDonald writes: Visualization of behavior takes on a quite a different look in Susan Campbell’s piece in Like There’s No Tomorrow. Resistance is decidedly mechanical. I imagine this is how robots would construct a painting. The

Like There’s No Tomorrow

Like There’s No Tomorrow

The show’s curator, Mary McDonald writes: Visualization of behavior takes on a quite a different look in Susan Campbell’s piece in Like There’s No Tomorrow. Resistance is decidedly mechanical. I imagine this is how robots would construct a painting. The