Melinda Gibson is an artist based in London, where she studied Photography at the London College of Communication graduating in 2006. Gibson works at the boundaries of photography, where pre-existing codes and theories are questioned through experimental and process based methods. Melinda is currently an Associate Lecturer at the Camberwell College of Art, London and an International Mentor on the MA Programme at PSC in Melbourne.
Selected exhibitions and displays include; Remembrance, Rose Gallery, Santa Monica; Reversiones, Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City; A Motley Crew, Christian Larsen Gallery, Stockholm; Surface Tension, FOMU Belgium; Summer Exhibition, The Royal Academy of Arts, London; Second Hands, Galerie Binome, Paris and The Smoke House, Performative Installation, Turbine Hall Tate Modern, London.
Gibson is a recipient of Foam Talent Call and Magenta Foundation Award 2010.
Gibson is the author of three titles, including the reworked The Photograph As Contemporary Art, Miss Titus Becomes A Regular Army Mac and SPBH Book Club Volume VI.
Gibson’s publications are held in a number of collections, including the National Art Library at the V&A Museum, Pier 24, Foam Photography Museum as well as private collections.