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Cassandra Tytler (WA)

Cassandra Tytler (WA)

Whilst undertaking a Quick Response residency, Cassandra Tytler will research soil and dirt, aiming to create relational ‘soil-acts’ that incorporate the human and more-than-human to foster solidarity across species. 

About the Artists

Working across video, performance, and site-specific practices, Cassandra Tytler’s art and scholarship explores the performance of the audio-visual and its ability to create a relational and aware politics of resistance to normalising narratives of exclusion. Tytler’s work combines an unsettling, wry humour with a playful sensibility. It is an ongoing examination of the mechanics of video performance, both onscreen and by the hand of the video artist. She completed her PhD at Monash University Faculty of Art in 2021. Originally from Naarm/Melbourne, she moved to Boorloo/Perth in April 2023 as a Forrest Creative & Performance Fellow. She has exhibited, screened and performed work nationally and internationally.


Supported by PICA’s Art Ambassadors and