Joshua McGowan is a visual artist based in Atlanta and Philadelphia who uses photography, sculpture, found images, new media technologies, and antiquated photographic processes to address questions of perception, presence, and the apparatus of photographic language. His work ranges from large format darkroom prints that investigate portraits detached of identity, to advanced new media images encircling the concept of how time is organized and understood. McGowan received his MFA from Tyler School of Art at Temple University in 2019.