James Voller delves into the essence of place using site specific installation and photography. His seemingly domestic constructions and superimposed paste-up images appear as visually integral parts of their surrounding environments, yet they are often at odds with the transitory urban spaces Voller depicts, creating an eerie awareness of place and altering the context of the space being viewed. Having held successful exhibitions internationally such as Moving House at the Christchurch Centre for Contemporary Art, New Zealand in 2010, Voller has an increasing interest in diverse locations and is currently based in Melbourne where he is pursuing a PhD at Monash University. He has been included in several group exhibitions in London, most recently Streets of Gold at the Museum of London in 2012. In 2010, he received the Ethal Susan Jones Travelling Scholarship to support research in Berlin and in 2010 he completed a Krems Artist Residency in Austria. Voller holds a Master of Fine Arts from RMIT.
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