Cath Campbell British, b. 1972

Cath Campbell makes sculpture, drawing, large scape architectural interventions, film, performance and participative projects.


Her most recent work centres around an ongoing collection of short films in which she uses found video footage to create fictional road trips across the American landscape. Using the films as a starting point, Cambell has expanded the content to explore the narrative as poetry, performance and sound, inviting collective female voices into the making of the work.


Increasingly interested in exploring feminist practice, Cath Campbell makes work from within the confines of domestic space, developing opportunity for participative processes and creating a platform for womens’ voices within public space.


Cath Campbell was born in 1972 in Ilkeston, UK. She studied Fine Art at Newcastle University. Recent exhibitions include: Everything we do connects the space Workplace Gallery, (Gateshead, UK) Fifty ways to leave your lover, Open Space, (Cologne, Germany), A foreign encounter, Gallery FOE 156 (Munich Germany), Mostyn Open 2013, Oriel Mostyn (Llandudno, Wales), Enter Slowly The Lab (San Fransisco, USA). Public and architectural commissions include Untitled (Trellis), Trinity Hall, (Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK), 21 Arches instead of a gate, Waltham Forest Borough Council (London, UK) and Marathon, Yards Park (Washington DC, USA). She lives and works in Newcastle upon Tyne.