Regine Tiu is a media art scholar with the Centre for Art Tapes. Her first exhibit Not Your Jolie Poupée as part of CFAT’s scholarship presentation A Different Place.

In this episode, we talk about her art, creative process, the story behind her installation and a whole lot more.

With Becka Barker as a mentor on the project, Regine explores being objectified in her exhibit.

“Art can manifest in so many different ways, and have so many different articulations,” says Regine Tiu. “There is no quote-unquote fine art.”

Check her out at: @matchafiend

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