Socially engaged artist and filmmaker
Based in South East England, UK
Annis Joslin’s practice, rooted in the social, seeks to explore lived experience through a participatory and reflective process. Working in diverse contexts she uses different approaches to generate material, including drawing, animation, photography, video and story-telling to create lens-based digital artwork for galleries, museums, community situations and online.
Her work has exhibited and screened nationally and internationally with commissions and projects with organisations including People United, Photoworks, The British Museum, Sussex Partnership NHS Trust, The Royal College of Physicians, The National Trust, The Women’s Library, Project Art Works and The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
She has collaborated with artist Sarah Cole since 2017, find our more about their collaboration here.
She is lead artist of Turner Prize nominated Project Art Works having worked with them since 2003.
Annis is also co-director of Corridor, a social arts organisation based in the South East that connects artists, people and places through collaborative lens-based visual arts projects.
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