Max Joseph D'Orsogna (HE/HIM b. Melbourne, 1989) is an Italian-Australian artist, photographer and archival investigator based between Europe and Bundjalung Country whose work concentrates on sites of power in a lifeworld increasingly automated by profitable surveillance structures; documenting potential forms of resistance to the dehumanising logics of techno-capitalism.
He was a joint winner of the British Journal of Photography’s Portrait of Britain Award 2021 and his work is part of the photobook collection of The Martin Parr Foundation.
Artist’s CV available here.
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