James Voller - Artwork for Acland st

James Voller is a New Zealand born, Melbourne-based photographic artist.

​Since moving to Melbourne in 2012, James has developed a practice that works with a range of different communities, both in galleries and public spaces. He has recently completed a Master of Fine Art by Research (High Distinction) through Monash University and also holds a coursework Master of Fine Arts from RMIT University and a Bachelor of Fine Art from the University of Canterbury.

James has been included in several group exhibitions, including Streets of Gold at the Museum of London in 2012. In 2010, he received the Ethel Susan Jones Travelling Scholarship from the University of Canterbury to undertake research in Europe and also completed the RMIT Krems Artist Residency in Austria. James’s practice is focused on creating large-scale public art works that examine place and architecture.

Join artist James Voller for a discussion about his practice which explores the essence of place. James’ large-scale photographic prints capture the changing face of St Kilda’s residential architecture. His recently commissioned work features on rubbish bins and signal boxes in the newly developed Acland Street Plaza, St Kilda. 

 

Date: 
Thursday, July 5, 2018 - 8:00pm