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Cas Campbell. b.1995

Auckland, New Zealand


Cas Campbell grew up in New Zealand and works between London and Brighton, UK. Her work highlights ecological and social issues through a queer and neurodivergent lens. She holds an MA in Painting from the Royal College of Art, and a BA from the University of Brighton. Growing up in New Zealand as a queer and undiagnosed Autistic person, Campbell found escapism and joy in the natural world. Her works use sustainable ecological materials in intricate, transformative processes, creating abstract paintings, hand-made paper wall hangings and ceramic pieces. She seeks to question ‘natural’ vs ‘unnatural,’ and challenge systems impacting vulnerable environments and othered individuals. 


Campbell’s work on ecology, queerness and neurodiversity is funded by Arts Council England and was shortlisted for the Chaiya Art Awards and the Visual Open Art Awards. Recent residencies include Studio Verde’s ‘Art and Ecology’ in Italy and Sachaqa Centro de Arte in the Peruvian Amazon. Campbell’s work is included in several public and private collections, most recently the Soho House Brighton collection of queer art. She has exhibited in the UK and internationally.

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