Susan Goethel Campbell

Susan Goethel Campbell creates multi-disciplinary work that considers manufacturing and the engineered environment as a natural process. The integration and erasure of human agency over broader global systems is a concept central to Campbell’s practice. Her work is realized in several formats, including prints, drawings, photographs, and video. She currently has extended her discipline to focus on installations of ephemeral objects comprised of roots and grass that were grown in the packaging of consumer goods.
Campbell received a Kresge Artist Fellowship In 2009 and has been awarded residencies at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Flemish Center for Graphic Arts, the Jentel Foundation, Beisinghoff Print residency and the Print Research Institute of North Texas.
Her work has been exhibited internationally in Belgium, Germany, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Slovenia, and throughout the United States. Museums that include Campbell’s work in their collection are the National Museum of Women in the Arts, New York Public Library, Yale University Art Gallery, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Detroit Institute of Arts, Grand Rapids Art Museum, Toledo Museum of Art and the University of Michigan Special Collections Library.

She has taught studio art at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, including on the faculty of both the Cranbrook Academy of Art and the College for Creative Studies. She has been a visiting artist in numerous institutions of higher education throughout the country.
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