Joshua O. Smith


CV / Bio

Projects

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Joshua O. Smith (b.1996) is an emerging lens-based artist whose practise focuses on ecologically driven documentary work that relates to concepts of place. Currently, Joshua's practise consists of narratives situated within the contemporary Australian landscape and national identity - often drawing inspiration from the ways in which humans coexist with their surrounding environment.

Recently, Joshua was selected to participate in the Monash Gallery of Art’s Develop (2021) exhibition, an annual showcase of emerging photographic artists. He was also a finalist in the Ballarat International Foto Biennale’s GradFoto 2020 award / exhibition.



Contact

joshosmithphoto@gmail.com
@jos.smth



CV

Education / Experience

2018-2020 BA of Photography at Photography Studies College, Documentary / Photojournalism

Exhibitions

2021          ‘First Light’ Centre for Contemporary Photography

2021          ‘Develop’ Monash Gallery of Art

2021        ‘Divergent Narratives‘ Wolfhound Gallery

2020         ‘GradFoto 2020’ Ballarat International Foto Biennale (Online)

2019          ‘Bound’ Hillvale Gallery

2018           Pink Lemon presents: ‘AMALGAM’, O_Studio 

2018           Ilford Salon, Centre for Contemporary Photography

Awards

2021          Ballarat International Foto Biennale ‘GradFoto 2020’                                    (Finalist)                       2021          Photography Studies College Excellence in Photojournalism                        (Bachelor)

Selected Press & Publications

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Self-published Photobook


Power Ballad 
Self-published Photobook


Pink Lemon presents ‘AMALGAM’
Exhibition publication, Published by Bowen St. Press


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Photographic Artist Catalogue


Interview
Tending to the Garden / Matt Dunne



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