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Tim Georgeson creates immersive cinematic spaces where environments and bodies are transformed through the gaze of unexpected visual-musical ecologies.
His creative insight into the human condition gives his work a unique perspective at the boundaries of art and documentary, where through photography and film, he captures complex dynamics in contemporary life and merges these found moments with musical design and storytelling in groundbreaking collaborations, most notably with Australian Indigenous artists. Georgeson has won World Press Photo, Leica Camera and National Geographic awards. He has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in France, UK, Japan, Holland, Canada, the US, and Australia. His work is held in the collections of the National Portrait Gallery of Australia, Art Bank, Bundanon Trust Art Museum and Australian Museum, as well as in regional galleries and private collections internationally.
Georgeson is represented by Olsen Gallery, Sydney.

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