Lee Campbell uses supermarket stickers as a device to visualise the psychological effects of mass consumerism. By covering entire areas of landscape and vast collections of second-hand junk with thousands of stickers, Campbell creates a beautiful yet sinister spectacle where commodities are on one level stripped of their idiosyncratic detail yet are reinvented with a new uniform giving them a unique identity. He is fascinated by the misinterpretation of language and is interested in exploring text.
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