Josh Moseley is a British Artist studying BA Photography at The Arts University Bournemouth. His work explores a personal experience of disassociation and looks at the act of photography becoming an extension of that experience, a coping mechanism with which an attempt to make sense of the world can be made. Dissociation can be defined as the disruption of consciousness, identity, memory, physical actions and/or the environment. Through the use of everyday objects and materials, they are removed from their primary context and used to highlight a distance which functions equally between both photographer and subject and camera and subject. Concealment and revealment also play a critical role within this relationship formed with photography, the images produced can be seen as indexical signs that testify to the moment that the camera was in the presence of the subject, and the relationship formed through this.
Tobias Ahlbrecht • Leanne Atkin • Ibrahim Azab • Joel Biddle • Mica Bohannon • Monika Drabot • Ezra Evans • Agne Karnisauskaite • Luke Lavery • Reuben Bastienne Lewis • Sarah Markbreiter • Josh Moseley • Anne Marie S. Norland • Ben Perrot • Sarah Louise Peters • Emily Stokes •