SITUATE / August to October 2010
James Voller's practice incorporates photography and installation to examine place and time. He is interested in how these artistic fields can generate works that explore the social and architectural identity of towns and cities. His investigations look at the similarities and differences in domestic dwellings across countries of the Pacific Rim and is interested to see how geography and social context influences and informs local architecture. James holds postgraduate degrees from RMIT and Monash University and has experience working internationally including artist residencies in the United States and Austria and works at the Museum of London and the Christchurch Centre for Contemporary Art.
James Voller is the 2010 recipient of the RMIT SITUATE Austrian Arts Residency Exchange with AIR Krems, Austria.