Do Campo (b. Mar del Plata, Argentina 1987) is an artist and academic based in Sydney where he is Art Domain Coordinator and Lecturer at UNSW Art & Design. Since 2015 he also produces work as the HSSH (House Sparrow Society for Humans). Fernando has presented solo exhibitions in Australia and the USA, and group exhibitions internationally. He is a Sir General John Monash Foundation Scholar, the first artist to ever receive this prestigious award for emerging Australian leaders to study abroad, which he used towards completing an MFA at Parsons School of Design, New York. He completed his PhD at MADA, Monash University in 2022.

Recent solo projects include: The Kookaburra Self-Relocation Project (WHOSLAUGHINGJACKASS) co-commissioned by Contemporary Art Tasmania (CAT) and Mona Foma, 2020; Billy Goat Swamp at Gallery Sally Dan-Cuthbert, Sydney, 2022, the major exhibition To companion a companion, developed for CAT, UNSW Galleries Sydney and PICA (Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts) presented across 2021-2022 and picked up for national touring in 2023; and Planting a World, Sydney Contemporary with Gallery Sally Dan-Cuthbert, Carriageworks, Sydney, 2023.
Do Campo was Artist-in-Residence at the State Library of NSW 2021-2022. He is currently working on multiple long-form research projects with the Green-Wood Cemetery and Brooklyn Museum towards a performance lecture at the Barnett Newman Foundation, New York; a commission on the history of the Superb Lyrebird for the Bundanon Museum of Art, NSW; and a Human-in-Residence project with Taronga Zoo and Mosman Art Gallery. In 2024 he will be presenting major solo project with the Rockhampton Museum of Art, QLD focused on the history of cattle in Central Queensland.
Do Campo is exclusively represented by Gallery Sally Dan-Cuthbert, Sydney.