Joshua Webb is an Australian born visual artist (1981), who has exhibited across Australia, the USA and Europe. His artistic practice has been in parallel to his academic pursuits; BFA, Curtin University, Australia, MFA – Sculpture, Rhode Island School of Design, USA, and his experience working as an industrial designer for a select group of technology firms.

 

I would locate my practice within the mutually exclusive areas between disciplines like; art, design, architecture, film, economics, technology, literature and philosophy. This research examines the relationships between aesthetics, language and meaning; it recontextualises visual language to design aesthetic systems and construct conceptual narratives to make art that can relocate meaning to create something new. The product of this work is by nature interdisciplinary in form; manifesting itself as art that is moving or still images, sculptures and installations.