Caitlin E. Littlewood

Caitlin E. Littlewood is a Melbourne-born artist working in photography, installation, multimedia constructions and publications. She has a foundation education in fine art having received Honours in Arts (Visual Culture) from Monash University in 2013 and more recently has completed a Bachelor of Arts (Photography) at RMIT University in 2017. Caitlin E. Littlewood is an award winning photographer and in 2017 became the recipient of the Robyn Beeche Foundation Prize.

Given her classical art history training, Caitlin’s interests centre upon the role of photography in the recent history of Western Art. As a practitioner, her imagery is informed by museum studies, institutional critique theory and archival collections. Her works are presented in exhibitions as both still photography and moving image, installation and within a variety of published formats such as photobooks and self-published artist’s books. 

Caitlin is currently living and working in Gothenburg, Sweden. She graduated from Valand Academy with an MFA in Photography in 2020, for which she received the Theodor and Hanne Mannheimers Scholarship

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