Shoshanna Jordan

Shoshanna Jordan is a humanistic photographic artist. With an eye for the real and attention to the way we live. Jordan’s academic training in social work and fine art photography merge in a passionate artistic discourse of identity, home the migrant experience, cultural Diaspora and the inner life undergoing dementia.   

 

Jordan completed an M.A. in Fine Art Photography from RMIT University, School of Art, in 2008 with the widely acclaimed work A Reflection: Jewish Diaspora in Carlisle Street. 

 

Based in Melbourne, her work has been shown locally and internationally in the group shows; Taipei, 2011, My Australia, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, and Israel, Rechovot Municipal Gallery, 2008, documenting members of Tzeva Bateva artists.  

 

Shoshanna Jordan is a founding member of the art collective, ‘The Contemporary Collective’ (TCC).  One of the goals of the TCC is to provide a platform for artists to critically engage with representation of cultural socio-political contemporary issues through art and actively converse. 

Reflections-The Jewish Diaspora in Carlisle Street2.Batch_Klein family
Reflections-The Jewish Diaspora in Carlisle Street2.Batch_Klein family

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Reflections3._Brinah & Shaun Optometrist
Reflections3._Brinah & Shaun Optometrist

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2006 The Fabric of Memory(Kitia Altman)
2006 The Fabric of Memory(Kitia Altman)

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Reflections-The Jewish Diaspora in Carlisle Street2.Batch_Klein family
Reflections-The Jewish Diaspora in Carlisle Street2.Batch_Klein family

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