Beth Campbell's art is normal on the outside and batty on the inside—which makes it a little like most of us. That is, its form is ordinary while the amount of self-observation that goes into every work is incredible, if not slightly scary. For her debut show at Roebling Hall in 2000, Campbell made two exact, and I mean exact, renditions of a woman's bedroom. From trash in baskets to clothes piled in corners to butts in ashtrays, everything was arranged precisely the same in both rooms. It was an ego-atomizing,... More >>>