Laura Campbell (b.1998) is a British interdisciplinary artist based in Oxford. She received her BA in Fine Art at York St John University (2021), and MFA in Fine Art from Oxford Brookes University (2023) and is currently pursuing a practice-led PhD in Fine Art at Oxford Brookes University. Her work has been featured in Aesthetica Online, and has been exhibited internationally as a prize winner for The Eleanor Worthington Prize in Urbino, Italy in 2020, and in Collect Art’s Special Edition of Sculpture and 3D Art, in Tbilisi, Georgia, in 2024. 

Campbell’s practice examines how her experience of disability intersects with the socio-political spheres present within contemporary arts. She explores the sculptural nature of images through the bodily representations of stretching, pain, and care. Campbell provides discourse on social policy and accessibility, challenging patriarchal and ableist political ideology whilst navigating her artistic practice through theories of phenomenology, responding to materials representative of her condition.