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Tania Olive

Dyke of our Time Chloe

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, Westminster University

Dyke of our Time explores female gender through sexuality. The series comprises of deadpan portraits of lesbians shot within their own homes. The series aims to show the fluidity of gender within the lesbian community and challenge people’s often antiquated stereotypes. The intimacy of each individual’s own domestic space is juxtaposed against the direct and uniformed pose, allowing for each woman’s diversity and individuality to be compared.

www.taniaolive.com


Dyke of our Time Jane

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, Westminster University

Dyke of our Time explores female gender through sexuality. The series comprises of deadpan portraits of lesbians shot within their own homes. The series aims to show the fluidity of gender within the lesbian community and challenge people’s often antiquated stereotypes. The intimacy of each individual’s own domestic space is juxtaposed against the direct and uniformed pose, allowing for each woman’s diversity and individuality to be compared.

www.taniaolive.com


Dyke of our Time Hannah

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, Westminster University

Dyke of our Time explores female gender through sexuality. The series comprises of deadpan portraits of lesbians shot within their own homes. The series aims to show the fluidity of gender within the lesbian community and challenge people’s often antiquated stereotypes. The intimacy of each individual’s own domestic space is juxtaposed against the direct and uniformed pose, allowing for each woman’s diversity and individuality to be compared.

www.taniaolive.com


Dyke of our Time Alex

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, Westminster University

Dyke of our Time explores female gender through sexuality. The series comprises of deadpan portraits of lesbians shot within their own homes. The series aims to show the fluidity of gender within the lesbian community and challenge people’s often antiquated stereotypes. The intimacy of each individual’s own domestic space is juxtaposed against the direct and uniformed pose, allowing for each woman’s diversity and individuality to be compared.

www.taniaolive.com


Dyke of our Time Cecilia

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, Westminster University

Dyke of our Time explores female gender through sexuality. The series comprises of deadpan portraits of lesbians shot within their own homes. The series aims to show the fluidity of gender within the lesbian community and challenge people’s often antiquated stereotypes. The intimacy of each individual’s own domestic space is juxtaposed against the direct and uniformed pose, allowing for each woman’s diversity and individuality to be compared.

www.taniaolive.com


Dyke of our Time Kate

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, Westminster University

Dyke of our Time explores female gender through sexuality. The series comprises of deadpan portraits of lesbians shot within their own homes. The series aims to show the fluidity of gender within the lesbian community and challenge people’s often antiquated stereotypes. The intimacy of each individual’s own domestic space is juxtaposed against the direct and uniformed pose, allowing for each woman’s diversity and individuality to be compared.

www.taniaolive.com


Dyke of our Time Siobhan

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, Westminster University

Dyke of our Time explores female gender through sexuality. The series comprises of deadpan portraits of lesbians shot within their own homes. The series aims to show the fluidity of gender within the lesbian community and challenge people’s often antiquated stereotypes. The intimacy of each individual’s own domestic space is juxtaposed against the direct and uniformed pose, allowing for each woman’s diversity and individuality to be compared.

www.taniaolive.com


Dyke of our Time Bica

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, Westminster University

Dyke of our Time explores female gender through sexuality. The series comprises of deadpan portraits of lesbians shot within their own homes. The series aims to show the fluidity of gender within the lesbian community and challenge people’s often antiquated stereotypes. The intimacy of each individual’s own domestic space is juxtaposed against the direct and uniformed pose, allowing for each woman’s diversity and individuality to be compared.

www.taniaolive.com


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