Joey Holder (b. 1986 in London, UK) is multidisciplinary artist based between London and Nottingham.

Joey Holder’s work raises philosophical questions of our universe and things yet unknown, regarding the future of science, medicine, biology and human-machine interactions.

Working with scientific and technical experts she makes immersive, multimedia installations that explore the limits of the human and how we experience non-human, natural and technological forms. Mixing elements of biology, nanotechnology and natural history against computer programme interfaces, screensavers and measuring devices, she suggests the impermanence and interchangeability of these apparently contrasting and oppositional worlds: ‘everything is a mutant and a hybrid’.

Connecting forms which have emerged through our human taste, culture and industrial processes she investigates complex systems that dissolve notions of the ‘natural’ and the ‘artificial’. GM products, virtual biology and aquatic creatures are incorporated into an extended web; challenging our perception of evolution, adaptation and change.

Solo exhibitions include: Adcredo – The Deep Belief Network, QUAD, Derby, Matt’s Gallery, London, and Bloc Projects, Sheffield (2018); Selachimorpha, The Photographers’ Gallery, London (2017); Ophiux, Sonic Arts, Amsterdam, and Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge (2016); and BioSTAT, Project Native Informant, London (2015). Holder has exhibited in numerous group shows such as: Joy Before the Object, Seventeen Gallery, London; Digital Dilemma – The Architecture of Trust, Bureau Europa, Maastricht; Cursed Images, Galerie Lisa Kandlhofer, Vienna (2019); Future Love, HeK, Basel; Hybrid Layers, ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe; Inside Intel, The Centre for Investigative Journalism, London; Transcendental Forest, 7th Moscow International Biennale for Contemporary Art, Moscow; Beyond the Liquid Horizon, le lieu unique, Nantes; SITUATIONS/Post Fail, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Winterthur (2018); r u still there?, House of Egorn; Alien Matter, transmediale, Berlin; Materialising the Internet, MU, Eindhoven (2017). Her work has been covered in A-N; AQNB; Art Monthly; BOMB magazine; DAZED DIGITAL; Elephant; Frieze; The Guardian; It’s Nice That; Rhizome; thisistomorrow; and VICE.