Adam Geczy is an artist and writer. As an artist, he has exhibited across Australia and in Europe and Asia. As well as being in numerous national collections such as the NGA and QAG, he has been awarded numerous grants and competitive international residencies, including in Paris, Berlin, Buenos Aires and Reykjavik. As a writer, Geczy has published some 20 books and in 2009 he won the Choice (US Librarians) award for best academic title in art. As one of the world’s leading theorists in art-fashion crossover, recent titles include Critical Fashion Practice: (with Vicki Karaminas, Bloomsbury, 2017), Fashion Installation: Body, Space and Performance (with Vicki Karaminas, 2019), Fashion and Masculinities in Popular Culture (with Vicki Karaminas, Routledge, 2018), The Artificial Body in Fashion and Art (Bloomsbury, 2017), and Transorientalism in Art, Fashion and Film (Bloomsbury, 2019). He is founding editor of the journals The Journal of Asia-Pacific Pop Culture, and ab-Original (both Penn State University Press). Geczy has taught studio art and art history and theory at all levels and modes of delivery, including lectures to large audiences, practical studio courses, correspondence courses, immersive studio practice, and seminars.