Justin Harvey

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    Justin Harvey is a Sydney, Australia, based artist working across moving image, sound, immersive installation and 360º virtual environments. His solo works present abstract expressions of interactions between artist and machine, exploring the unintended beauty in the breakdown of the digital moving image. Justin lecturers in Media Arts at the University of Technology, Sydney and is a PhD candidate at University of New South Wales, Art & Design. His practice-based research investigates ways in which artists using video feedback as a metaphor for human consciousness contribute to philosophical understandings of time. Justin has exhibited work in solo and curated exhibitions in Sydney, Chicago, Vancouver, Amsterdam and Hong Kong.


    Justin Harvey (born 1975, Australia) is a media artist specialising in the aesthetics of glitch. His multi-channel installations have featured in solo and curated exhibitions in Australia and internationally. Recent exhibitions and commissions include Frank Gehry’s Chau Chak Wing Building, Sydney (2015), for Dlux Media Arts (2014), Timelines, Mosman Art Gallery, Sydney (2013), Case Study Underbelly Arts, Cockatoo Island (2012), Sydney and GLI.TC/H 2011 in Amsterdam and Chicago. He is a PhD candidate at the University of New South Wales, Sydney.


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  • Sydney, Australia

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