Kailum Graves (Brisbane, 1984) is an emerging new media artist who works predominantly in the medium of photography and video installations. His practice reflects the influence of technology on the photographic medium and sits resolutely within the context of future movements of contemporary photography. He studied art history, philosophy, archaeology, and photography at the University of Queensland and the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University. He graduated from both degrees with distinction. Upon graduation, he spent three years researching, experimenting, and creating a body of work. He only began entering art awards and exhibitions in 2016, and has been a finalist in 22 state, national, and international art awards, had 21 exhibitions, including a public art commission, and was selected to participate in SOMA Summer, an eight-week program for international artists, curators, critics, and art historians, conducted in Mexico City.
Between history and contemporary art: “Limes and the invasions” – exhibition of the artworks produced in the artistic residencies of the B # Side War Festival, 6th edition