Paige is a graduate Art Photographer in the UK interested in conceptual photography relating to feminism and art, and the history of feminism.
Paige : "My final major project from 2016 is named "You Should Take a Picture it Lasts Longer". The concept for this is me confronting the camera. The concept is based around the theme (and the theory) of 'The Male Gaze', inspired by the work of Sarah Lucas. My work is political, about rights for women, and relates to the objectification of women. It also comes from my own personal background, influenced by the Male Gaze in today’s society. I am continuing ongoing projects within this theme.
When I saw the work of Sarah Lucas at the Tate it inspired me to create a contemporary piece using furniture as a substitute for the human body. Furniture such as mattresses, sofas and chairs act as plinths for ‘bodies’ placed in a surreal environment. Lucas's figures are headless, the only face is the artist herself, omnipresent through a sequence of self portraits...(More images and text here