Laura Campbell is an Oxford-based artist who received a BA
in Fine art from York St John University, and an MFA from Oxford Brookes University. Her practice contributes to conversations of disability, and how her own experience fits into socio-political spheres within contemporary arts. She uses her body as material through performance processes, exploring the sculptural nature of the image through the material and visual representations of stretching and pain. She provides direct political commentary and discourse on social policy and accessibility, whilst challenging patriarchal and ableist political ideology. She navigates her bodily experience through the current political climate that forces her to justify her existence and value as a disabled woman and artist.