Kelly Hussey-Smith is a Melbourne based artist working in photography and video. Much of her work and research explores the impacts of institutional thinking. This includes her solo practice, but also collaborations with Alan Hill. Her work has been exhibited and screened in Australia, Bangladesh, the United Kingdom, the United States, and China.
She is currently working on apart & a part, a collaborative project with individuals who spent time in institutional and out-of-home care in Australia, and several co-authored projects with Alan Hill.
Kelly is a PhD candidate at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University and teaches at RMIT University in Melbourne. She has written and delivered several courses including the Expanded Documentary studio at RMIT University and the Non-Fiction Education Festival (co-designed with Alan Hill).