Tyler Payne

Episode 8: How many hours does it take to be a woman? with Tyler Payne


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Tue 7 Jun 2022

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For our season finale, we interview new-media artist, PHD candidate and Lecturer at RMIT University, Tyler Payne.

Tyler's work focuses on the genre of self-portraiture in photography and video to investigate womens' embodiment through the lens of gendered advertising. She interrogates the impact that social media platforms such as Instagram have on women and their ability to visualise and share images of themselves.

Using a combination of video, still photography and electro-bricolage, Tyler investigates "the oppressive nature of the platform and the damages inherent in fitness and celebrity culture".

During our talk we discuss her primary research subject, Kim Kardashian.

Kim (Vanitas), Electro-bricolage animation. Homage to Audrey Flack, Vanitas (Marilyn)

Aesthetics (Venus at the Mirror), Peter Paul Rubens

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