During his time at Testing Grounds, James will launch his new artist-run public art agency, focusing on increasing the diversity and scope of installations in and around Melbourne. The artworks generated will explore the space between temporary and permanent methodologies.
James Voller’s practice combines contemporary public art installation and photography. His installations are concerned with architecture, landscape and social histories.
The installations are site responsive and combine the latest architectural materials with public art concepts. His recent works print imagery into glass and metals. James’ works generate illusions that rethink everyday spaces, linking history, architecture and social identity.
Voller holds postgraduate degrees from RMIT and Monash Universities. He has had multiple artist residencies internationally and nationally. In the past 5 years Voller has undertaken over 20 major temporary and permanent public works across Australia.