Joshua Alexander

Pronouns: He/him
  • Doctoral Researcher

Joshua Alexander is an artist and filmmaker. His work explores the possibilities of low budget, self-shooting/self-performing filmmaking. His practice identifies with the tradition of experimental film of existing outside mainstream cinema. His work examines the notion of the disintegration of the self in relation to contemporary corporate culture – contrasting the mundane realities of corporate language with the unfathomability of death, apocalypse, and the infinite universe. His moving image work has been selected for London Short Film Festival, Zebra Poetry Film Festival in Muenster/Berlin - and screened at Whitechapel Gallery in London, The Ultimate Picture Palace in Oxford, Modern Art Oxford, and Phoenix Cinema in Leicester.

Title of thesis: The Haunting of Digital Asset Capacities: Using experimental moving image to investigate corporate culture as the embodiment of neoliberalism.