Tom Stayte

Living and working in London, England, Tom Stayte’s creative practice provides commentary on the role of the individual in post digital culture, presenting a view of a world in transition. Through appropriated photography, installations and books, he gives physical form to our unavoidable interactions with digital entities. Now seemingly omnipresent in our lives, Tom provides perspective on how these enormous structures affect our sense of identity. His work reflects on our inability to comprehend scale, our willingness to trust what we don’t understand, and how our desire to be unique ultimately reveals our similarities.

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Archive Exhibitions Featuring Tom Stayte


Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
 archive : 2018

“#selfie” examines how image sharing and the Internet have changed the role of photography in the digital age. The process of creating and disseminating imagery has fundamentally changed in the new context provided by digital photography, smartphones and more recently the ‘selfie’.

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