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Adrian J. Song lives and works in Naarm (Melbourne), on the unceded land of the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin nation.

He is available for photographic and writing commisions + collaborations.

IG adrianjsong


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Bachelor of Arts (Photography) with distinction, RMIT University, 2022 
Advanced Diploma of Visual Art, RMIT University, 2018
Bachelor of Media, Film and Communication, University of Otago, 2016

An Index of Violence (Video Installation), Composite: Moving Image Agency & Media Bank, Collingwood Yards, 2023 (Upcoming)
All to Play For, Group Exhibition, Kings ARI, 2023
(Participant) Mel Photobook Fair, 2023
(Selected) ANZ Student Photobooks, Antipodean Photobook, 2022
GradFoto Finalist, Ballarat International Foto Bienalle, 2022

Perimeter Books Award, 2022
Kallman Feitel Endowment Award, 2022
Graduate Exhibition: Photography, Fine Art Honours, MFA & Art in Public Space, RMIT City Campus Melbourne, 2022
Robyn Beeche Foundation Award Finalists,
Group Exhibition, SITE EIGHT gallery, 2022
(Finalist) Robyn Beeche Award, 2022
Construction & Destruction: An Index of Violence, First Site Gallery, PHOTO 2022

Transference Magazine, Editor, 2021 - Present
(Contributor) Co-Publishing Issue 2: Water, eds. Christine McFetridge & Josephine Mead , 2021
By Twilight Gently Crush, Solo Exhibition, Arts Itoya, 2019
Shimmering Through the Walls, Solo Exhibition, Studio Kura, 2019
Neil Wallace Printmaking Award, 2018
It’s Not Always at Eye Level, Advanced Diploma of Visual Arts Graduate Exhibition, 2018
In My Own Skin, Group Exhibition, First Site Gallery, 2018

Seventh Gallery, Volunteer, 2018 - 2020
Incinerator Gallery, Volunteer, 2018