Joyce Campbell (b. 1971 Aotearoa New Zealand) is an interdisciplinary artist based in Auckland New Zealand. She has an MFA from Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland (1999), where she is now Associate Professor. She has lived, studied, taught and worked in Southern California and has undertaken residencies in New Zealand and Antarctica. Her recent work utilises anachronistic photographic techniques, such as the daguerreotype and ambrotype, as well as conventional analogue and digital photography, video, film and sculpture. She uses these to examine the collision of natural and cultural systems often in extreme environments. Her interests have led her to render visible microbial colonies, crystals in the process of formation, silver dispersing into colloidal suspension, the migration of glaciers into the ocean, distressed coral reefs and dead forests, river gorges in rural New Zealand and California’s desert washes and industrial brownfields. She has exhibited throughout New Zealand, and her works have been included in solo and group exhibitions in Australia and the U.S. She is represented by Two Rooms, Auckland, Bartley + Company Art, Wellington, and Nadene Milne Gallery, Arrowtown and Christchurch.
On the Last Afternoon: Disrupted Ecologies and the Work of Joyce Campbell, Adam Art Gallery, Wellington
Te Taniwha: The Manuscript of Ārikirangi, Adam Art Gallery, Wellington
The future is already here - it's just not evenly distributed, 20th Biennale of Sydney, Australia
Flightdream, The Walters Prize, Toi O Tāmaki, Auckland Art Gallery
Flightdream, Two Rooms Gallery, Auckland
Three Women, McNamara Gallery, Whanganui