Amos Gebhardt

Image courtesy Thomas McCammon
Image courtesy Thomas McCammon

Amos Gebhardt brings a cinematic force to large scale moving image installations and photography, collaborating with performers, choreographers and sound artists. Exploring intersections between culture, resistance and entanglement, Gebhardt animates both human and more than human worlds.

Noted works include Small acts of resistance which premiered at Samstag Museum of Art and the Adelaide Film Festival in 2020. Family portrait, from the related photography series, was a 2020 Bowness Photography Prize finalist and showed as part of PHOTO2021. In 2022 Gebhardt was also a finalist in the National Photography Prize at MAMA. The video installations Lovers (2018) and Evanescence (2018), both selected for the 2018 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, and There Are No Others (2016) presented at Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne.
A Masters graduate of AFTRS in Directing, Gebhardt’s work has also been exhibited at M+ Museum, Hong Kong; ACMI, Melbourne; MONA, Hobart; Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne, Carriageworks, Sydney, Melbourne International and Sydney Film Festivals and screened on SBS and ABC. Gebhardt is a recipient of the Sidney Myer Creative Fellowship.
Amos Gebhardt is Represented by Tolarno Galleries.