While diverse in both form and material, Bruce Campbell’s sculptures and drawings arise from a conceptual process that driven by the use of language and text as affective materials themselves. His constructed, usually brief and off-kilter phrases are part diary excerpts, part socio-political yearnings that are paired with materials and forms that reinforce any given artwork’s linguistic content. His work has been exhibited in solo shows at Fountain Studios (Brooklyn, NY), Abington Art Center, Vox Populi, and Rebekah Templeton Contemporary Art (all Philadelphia, PA). Notable venues exhibiting Campbell’s work within group shows include the Arlington Museum of Art (TX), the Salt Lake Art Center (UT), Scope NYC 2013, and Tate Modern (London, UK). Campbell has received a DeGolyer Award from the Dallas Museum of Art and was an Artist Resident at Art Farm (NE). He received his MFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and his BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute. Bruce lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.