Joelle McTigue

As an interdisciplinary artist working with photography and design, I explore the subtleties of power dynamics and influences of identity. My work examines public spaces and how they reveal choices that impact communal narratives and histories. I manually manipulate and distort my photographs to augment the accepted narrative and encourage discourse. My work is a part of the permanent Rubell Family Collection and The John Paul Getty III founded Siena Art Institute Library Collection. Raised in the Caribbean, I currently live and work in Montenegro.