James L. Marshall graduated with a Masters at the South Australian School of Art in 2011.

Marshall works across media, including digital drawings and collages, video, large sculptural objects and site specific installations. Larger works position themselves between fine art object, functional prop and movie set. Using reductive processes Marshall combines various semiotic codes to create artworks that explores the human condition.

Marshall has exhibited throughout Australia, Los Angeles, and in Sweden, as well as presenting his research at the Fourth Global Conference of Fear, Horror and Terror at Oxford University. James has initiated and facilitated various exhibitions and events focusing on the confluences between film and contemporary visual art as long term Co-Director of FELTspace, Adelaide and Assistant Director at RAID projects, Los Angeles. Marshall currently splits his time between Melbourne and Los Angeles. 

 

 

 

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