Josh Grey-Jung is an electronic musician, filmmaker, audio-visual artist, and educational facilitator. His extended art practice includes field recording, sound design, installation, sculpture, photography, documentary and electronic music.


In 2021 his short documentary Rubie, was premiered by Sonic Scope Journal. In 2019 his work The Reservoir, an A/V installation exploring memory and inherited trauma, was exhibited at the London Group Open Show and awarded the Victor Kuell Prize for innovation. In 2018 his work Edges of an Urbanised River, a site specific A/V installation responding to the Hooghly River was exhibited at TransArts Festival in Kolkata, India. In 2017 he created the sound design and score for The Turning of Leaves, a multichannel A/V installation exhibited in the Union Chapel, London.


As a producer and vocalist Josh has written, released and performed music with the alternative hip hop outfit Strangelove, gaining plays on Radio 1, BBC6 Music, NTS and features in Dummy Mag along the way. His forthcoming debut solo album Choices marks a new direction for him musically and will be released in spring 2022.

Having recently completed his Mmus in Creative Practice at Goldsmiths, and a foundation in Existential Psychotherapy at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counseling, Josh has now turned his attention back to facilitation and currently runs a self-directed learning school for 6-12 year olds in Tower Hamlets. 




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