I will be performing my video performance piece "It's Not You, It's Us", at the performance art festival Dimanche Rouge, this Sunday, 17th June. The festival starts at 16h, and my performance at around 16h20.Hope to see you there.Je vais faire ma performance avec la vidéo, "It's Not You, It's Us", au festival Dimanche Rouge, ce dimanche 17 juin. Le festival commence à 16h et ma performance vers 16h20.J'espère de vous voir là-bas.See More
A night of performance, sound and video with Roberto Robao and Cassandra Tytler.Bring along something to drink and nibble on so we can celebrate the evening.Une soirée de performance, son et vidéo avec Roberto Robao et Cassandra Tytler.Pensez à amener quelque chose à boire ou à manger pour célébrer la soirée.See More
Cassandra Tytler works across installation and single-channel modes of practice. Her work explores contemporary cultural iconography, idealised reality and realised fantasy. Fascinated by the symbolism of popular clichés, Tytler employs experimental script writing processes that pastiche isolated, fragmented conventions into compelling, revealing stories. Her work focuses on reinventing identities through performance, and what this reveals about our cultural longings. Her films have screened in numerous festivals in Australia, the U.S.A., Korea, and Europe, and she has exhibited work in a number of galleries such as Gallery Titanik, Turku, Finland, A.R.A.C., Paris, Harold Golen Gallery, Miami, Metro Arts, Brisbane, Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne, Plimsol Gallery, Tasmania, Kings Artist Run Initiative, Melbourne, and Westspace Gallery, Melbourne. Tytler completed her Masters degree in Media Arts at R.M.I.T., Melbourne, in 2006. She is currently based in Paris.