Caitlin E. Littlewood is a Melbourne-born visual artist working in artistic research, photography, installation, publications and moving image. She has a foundation education in fine art, having received Honours in Arts (Visual Culture) from Monash University in 2013 and a Bachelor of Arts (Photography) at RMIT University in 2017. More recently she completed her Master of Fine Arts in Photography at HDK-Valand, Gothenburg, Sweden (2020), for which she received the Theodor and Hanne Mannheimers Scholarship. 

As a practitioner, Littlewood’s imagery involves investigating archives and collections that form part of our collective past. Her academic research explores who has agency over colonial photographic collections with a focus on knowledge production, institutional critique and archive theory. 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 artist’s books under the imprint of The Lytlewode Press (Stoke-on-Trent, Melbourne & Gothenburg). Current catalogue of available titles 

Littlewood is based between Gothenburg and Melbourne. In 2021 she was awarded a one year working grant from Konstnärsnämnden/the Swedish Arts Grants Committee and is a finalist in the 2022 National Photography Prize in Australia.


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