Joseph is a specialist in the binaural recording technique and is interested in what the contemporary soundscape can tell us about the prevailing social climate. He has exhibited and performed at Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Jerwood Hastings in the UK, and also Seoul Museum of Art, Wall St NYC, Errant Bodies Berlin. His sound work has been broadcast by BBC Radio, Radio Papesse and Resonance FM and is held in several permanent collections.
Since 2019, Joseph has been working in Ireland as part of a practice-based PhD at SMARTlab UCD, funded by the Irish Research Council, at the Killruddery estate in Co. Wicklow on a research project entitled “Listening to the Archive”. Killruddery is the home of the Brabazon family and the seat of the hereditary title, the Earl of Meath - the family and their descendants have lived and worked on the estate since 1618.