Kimberley Campisano is a San Francisco Bay Area artist and educator
who works with images, objects, time-based media and installation.
I earned my BFA at Arizona State University, with an emphasis in Photography, and my MFA through John F. Kennedy University's Arts and Consciousness program.
My work is concerned with relationships in time and relationships in scale. Photographic stills, stop-motion animation, oral vocalizations and historical references parallel connections between the microcosmic and macrocosmic realms. I enlarge elements that mirror higher systems, whether biological, social or cosmic. I examine small units of information, holding them up and combining them in order to witness the infinity in them. I am equally interested in the gaps formed between these moments or elements.
Whether in public exhibitions, publications, high school classrooms, colleges or community projects, my aim is to form a dialogue that might bridge light and dark, matter and spirit, time and space,
self and other.