Kasie Campbell is an award-winning visual artist working out of Edmonton, AB. In 2015, she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts, majoring in Sculpture at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, AB. Campbells work integrates a variety of media including sculpture, photography, and installation with performative means.Themes of the abject and simultaneous tensions around beauty and the grotesque, surrounding the female body have been major points of interest in her work. Notably, Campbell has exhibited her work throughout Canada and internationally at Grounds for Sculpture (south of NYC), Mana Contemporary in Hamilton, NJ, Mana Contemporary in Chicago, IL, New York City at the Westbeth Gallery and more recently, Viljandi, Estonia.
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