“I create precarious forms that inhabit a sense of uncertainty and instability, fuelled by my own anxieties as an artist living and working on the edges of a city. My practice draws endless inspiration from the city’s physical and conceptual landscape, while my sculptures have an uneasiness and unsteadiness to them; placing bricks, something from our everyday lives that represents structure and security, in a perilous arrangement.”

Josh C. Wright is a sculptor based in London. He graduated from a BA in Fine Art Sculpture at Camberwell College of Arts in 2016. In 2019 he was awarded an Artist Bursary with a-n The Artist Information Company. A year later, he was shortlisted for the Ingram Prize and in 2021 he was awarded a Developing Your Creative Practice Grant by Arts Council England. He has undertaken multiple residencies including ORBIT Residency (Digital, 2020), the Kettle’s Yard Open House Residency (Cambridge, 2019-20), and the Mildred’s Lane Residency (USA, 2019). Recent selected exhibitions include: Lost in a Just-In-Time Supply Chain (Hypha Studios, London, 2022), The House Protects The Dreamer (D Contemporary, London, 2021), Dreamlands (OHSH Projects London, 2021), 60 X 60 (SET Lewisham, London, 2021), The Ingram Prize (Online due to Covid19, 2020), NIMBY: Not In My Back Yard (Contemporary Collaborations - Robert Youngs Antiques, London, 2019).