James Wilde


James Wilde is a visual artist working with photography, installation, moving image and text. He recently graduated from the MA Photography programme at the Royal College of Art and has been the student photography representative of RCA2020 and Editor of the publication Fall Into Place 2020. He was the coordinator for the RCA Photography 2020 physical show 'with fists, it kicks, it bites' held at T.J Boulting, Edel Assanti, Fitzrovia Chapel and Webber Gallery. In 2020 he organised Strange Halves an online student-led talk series, where he spoke in a panel discussion titled At Second Glance. He was also co-lead of Writing the Night, an Across RCA workshop held in 2019. James holds a First Class BA (Hons) in Photography from London College of Communication and is a member of Writing Photographs, a strand of The Photography and the Contemporary Imaginary Research Hub. He has exhibited widely in the UK and internationally, including Cambridge, London, New York and Italy. Recent group exhibitions include: with fists, it kicks, it bites at Webber Gallery (2020) and Connection Lost at Dyson Gallery, Battersea London (2020). Recent publications and features include: Fall Into Place RCA (2020) Fotofilmic (2020) and the article Explorations of the Self, Revolv Collective (2019).

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