Victoria Pham is an Australian artist, evolutionary biologist, writer and composer based in Paris, France. She currently undertaking a PhD in Biological Anthropology at the University of Cambridge, St John's College. Victoria is represented by the Australian Music Centre as an Associate Artist where a collection of her scores are available.
Her works have been performed, exhibited and commissioned across Australia, the United States of America, the United Kingdom and France. She has been commissioned by and exhibited in a number of galleries and ensembles such as the TATE Britain, Art Gallery of New South Wales, ArtsHouse Melbourne, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Campbelltown Arts Centre (just to name a few!) She has featured as a lead artist in several festivals from VIVID to BLEED to TINA. to ANTIDOTE 2022.
As an evolutionary biologist and archaeologist, her specialisation is in bioacoustics, the evolution of sound-signalling and acoustic mapping technologies Victoria has worked several international museums, conducted solo fieldwork around the world and the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History as a researcher and illustrator.
Her artistic and musical work is driven by explorations into the sonic connections between second-hand memory, examining modes of decolonisation, communal story-telling, and ecological expressions of construction.
In 2022, she is an artist-in-residence with Metal Culture UK (Peterborough) and the Centre for Projection Art (Australia), a recipient of the Arts Council of England 'DYCP' Funding, and will present and exhibit works in Australia commissioned by Westspace Gallery, Anna Schwartz Gallery, KINGS Gallery and the Sydney Opera House.