Patricia Amorim


Patricia Amorim is a contemporary artist and researcher interested in exploring how identity can be perceived through gendered bodies from a feminist standpoint. Her practice-led research examines how contemporary digital photography affects the concept of gendered bodies and the possibilities of inscriptions of digitally altered gendered bodies in a cross-cultural setting. Amorim is a PhD candidate in the School of Arts and Humanities at Edith Cowan University and is also the recipient of an ECU Higher Degree Research Program Scholarship.

Field: Art

Institution: Edith Cowan University


Conference Schedule

Feminist activism, resistance, social activism, policing and politics of space, environmental activism, public activism

Title of Paper

Analysis of recent feminist literature and feminist photographic media art on the representation of the gendered body in a cross-cultural context