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Josephine Mead is a visual artist, living and working in Melbourne, Australia Josephine has completed a Degree in Fine Art at RMIT in 2014 and an Honours Degree (First Class) in Fine Art at Monash University in 2017. Josephine has shown work in over 30 exhibitions at a range of venues, including Seventh Gallery, Craft Victoria, Blue Oyster Space, Kings ARI, Testing Grounds and the Monash and RMIT faculty galleries. Working through photography, sculpture, installation,
writing and video, Josephine is interested in positioning women as “societal scaffolding” and assessing the ways in which she is capable of support. Josephine’s current project, ‘a veritable (un) mooring,’ considers the ways she can connect with her 91-year-old grandmother who has advanced Alzheimers.