Melbourne VIC, Australia
Georgina Campbell is a photographic artist with an interest in exploring the photograph as a sculptural object, building her own cameras and experimenting with landscapes. Based in Melbourne, Georgina has been included in exhibitions across Australia and the UK and recently undertook an artist residency in the north of Iceland.
She has previously completed a Masters of Visual Art at Monash University (2009), a Graduate Diploma of Education, Monash (2007), B.A. (Hons) from Deakin University (2001) and a Graduate Certificate of Arts & Entertainment Management (2003).
Solo exhibitions include the upcoming ‘Open Your Mind - Tread Softly’ at Brighton’s Bayside Arts & Cultural Centre in Victoria and ‘The Grandfather Paradox’ at the Queensland Centre for Photography in 2009. Georgina has been a finalist in numerous art prizes including the Alice Prize, Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Award and the Flanagan Art Prize in 2014. Other shortlists include the Monash Gallery of Art’s Bowness Prize 2010, St Patrick’s College Flanagan Art Prize 2010, Churchie Emerging Artist Awards 2010, Muswellbrook Photographic Awards 2010, Prometheus Art Awards, 2009 and the Agendo Art Award, 2009.
Other activities have included founding and directing The Plastic Photo Show, an annual open entry photography exhibition, from 2003 to 2008, and authoring The Plastic Photo Show – The Book, published in 2007. Georgina has taught photography and art & design for a number of years to both secondary school and university students and in adult education settings in Australia and the UK.