Kelsey Whyte is an emerging artist living in Toronto, Ontario. A photography graduate of both OCAD U & Sheridan College photography is the base of her practice as she continues to explore different mediums. As an artist and woman, the ongoing conversation on female identity is omnipresent in both her practice and personal life. Surrounding herself with like-minded women has influenced her performative approach to engaging with political and social issues by drawing from personal narrative and female representation in visual culture. Whyte continually represents women— women’s bodies, women’s clothes, and, more recently, female genitalia— often using satire as a way to reconcile her own position as a woman in a complex, often hostile world. She received the Project 31 photography award in 2016 and has shown her work in Canada, The U.S and Germany. 

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