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My artistic practice encompasses performance, photography, video, and installation, blurring the boundary between self-portraiture and still-life. I examine my experiences as a neoliberal subject in contemporary consumer culture through a queer, feminist, working class and anti-capitalist lens. This began with an examination of idealized representations of femininity in The Substitute and Visual Pleasure. In my still-life work, such as Pacifier and Hysterical Selfies, I attempted to describe the idealized, gendered, ageing body through commodities. I have also examined self-tracking practices to understand how these forms of measurement and judgement, and their reliance on an ideology of health, produce particular subjectivities. Currently I am developing a selfies of self-portraits and a participatory installation that critiques idealised heteronormative gender expectations in selfies and portraiture.

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