Trained at Beca Kuitca 2003-2005. Has received grants and awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, Metropolitan Endowment and Fundación Telefónica, Argentina; Banff Centre for the Arts, Canadá; Fundación Llopis, Panama and FLORA ars + natura, Colombia. Was awarded the First Prize at the Museum for Contemporary Art Biennial in Bahia Blanca, 2009, and the Igualdad Cultural award, 2013. Her works are in collections in Argentina, Panama, Colombia, Italy, USA, Belgium, Canada, Chile and Spain.
Her work from the last decade is a unified project she has developed departing from some photographs of tangled jungle vegetation, to which Kampelmacher returns over and over: she draws them in different ways, scratches their surface, laboriously cuts out their backgrounds. “Landscape is an axis in the history of painting, an excuse to be able to refer to the unfathomable. These tangled vegetations allow me to approach, map, attempt to near that which cannot be grasped.”