Blaine Campbell is an Alberta-based artist working in photography, sculpture, and video, currently dividing his time between Edmonton and Vancouver. Thematic interests have included landscape use and modification, processes of mediation and artifice in relation to transcendent experience, and parallels between Derrida’s “textuality” and quantum theory. A 2007 graduate of Emily Carr Institute with a B.F.A. in photography, he previously completed B.Math. and M.Sc. degrees in mathematics. In 2007 Campbell received the BMO 1st Art! national award and the Emerging Artist Award from the Contemporary Arts Society of Vancouver. He has exhibited work at various venues in Canada and Europe, including Nuit Blanche Toronto 2012 and Nord Art, Kunstwerk Carlshutte Germany. He is currently acting as the Artist in Residence at the TRIUMF nuclear physics lab in Vancouver.