"astonishing work of visual, musical,
and physical art."

- Trey Hatch, The Stranger

Artistic Collaborators

Robert Campbell works as an installation artist, digital printmaker, documentary filmmaker and video artist in Seattle, Washington. Since 1984, he has exhibited internationally in Europe, Japan, Canada and the U.S., including the WRO 90 Festival in Poland, Montbeliard International Video Competition in France, the Tokyo International Video Festival in Japan and IMAGE Film and Video Festival in Atlanta, Georgia. He has assisted and collaborated with such diverse artists as Bill Viola, Ed Emshwiller, Woody and Steina Vasulka, and Morton Subotnick. Since 1992 his collaborative video-for-dance work has been seen in Seattle’s On The Boards’ New Performance Series, Northwest New Works Festival Series, and Artist Access Series. His collaborators include The Maureen Whiting Company, Veronica Lee and The Three Yells, and Scott/Powell Performance. His dance-on-video work has been presented in the Dance on Camera Festival at New York’s Lincoln Center, and in Seattle’s New Dance Cinema Festival. His documentary projects have taken him to the Ukraine in 1987, and to Africa twice since 2003. He holds BFA and MFA degrees from the School of Film and Video at California Institute of the Arts. Robert is a professor in the Art Department at Cornish College of the Arts in the Video Art/Digital Imaging program.