Joseph Strohan is an artist working with photography and drawing. His intentionally idiosyncratic work makes the familiar seem like an uncertain boundary to reveries of the sleepless and the dreaming. Night and silence are the main themes that underpin his practice and are a finite exercise in how in repetition something familiar can be constantly renewed.
Strohan earned a BFA, with a concentration in Photography from Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver. In 2015, he was invited to participate in the Onassis Cultural Centre’s, Hello Future! Talent’s Archive, in Athens, which profiled emerging artists from more than a dozen countries. His work has been shown in Vancouver at Access Gallery, Gallery 295, and AVHA Gallery.