Born Port Jefferson, New York
Currently Lives and works between Madison, Wisconsin and New York City
Anna Campbell (b. 1979, Port Jefferson, New York) is an American artist. She uses sculpture and site-specific installation interwoven with video projection, her work deconstructs otherwise clearly legible signifiers of masculinity and heteronormativity in the service of illustrating alternate histories of attachment and desire. Campbell maintains an active exhibition record including recent solo exhibits at Tractionarts in LA, and the Window Into Houston at the Blaffer Art Museum in Houston, Texas, as well as group exhibits at Seoul National University of Science and Technology in South Korea, Queens College Art Center in New York, and the Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago. She earned a BA in Studio Art from the College of Wooster and an MFA in Sculpture from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. During a recent sabbatical, Campbell set up studio in Brooklyn and Paris. She teaches sculpture, installation and curation as Associate Professor in the Art & Design Department at Grand Valley State University in Michigan. She also served as Visiting Associate Professor/ Artist in Residence at the University of Wisconsin-Madison during the 2013-2014 academic year, teaching courses on feminist and queer art practices, publics and projection, and curation. She currently lives and works between Madison, Wisconsin and New York City.