Tom Goldner (AU) GROUP

Tom Goldner, Do Brumbies Dream in Red, 2020

Tom Goldner, Do Brumbies Dream in Red, 2020

Tom Goldner (b.1984) is an Australian artist, independent curator and teacher of photography residing on Wurundjeri country in the Dandenong Ranges, Victoria. His career spans art, commercial projects, education, fundraising, gallery curation and community engagement initiatives.

Goldner’s creative practice is positioned within the expanded documentary genre of photography. His projects utilise a multifaceted, collaborative and experimental approach to storytelling. Goldner’s projects negotiate the intersections between social and environmental constructs, places become symbols which act as a long-lasting reflections of human behaviour. Goldner is currently completing a MA of Arts Photography at Photography Studies College, Melbourne.

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  • Bowness Family Foundation
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