Joshua Gamma is a designer, curator, artist, deejay, and musician based in Baltimore, MD.
His work is a confluence of visual and audio cultures, collaborating with artists, designers, record labels, galleries, radio stations, and arts organizations. Gamma is working towards his MFA in Curatorial Practice at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). He is currently exploring how artists and communities use radio as a platform for creativity and exchange, questioning who gets access to media, what the past can tell us about the future of communications, and if “obsolete” technologies can be reclaimed by artists once they have been discarded by the powers that be. Gamma received a BFA in Design and a BA in Studio Art from The University of Texas at Austin.