Emily Hornum (b. 1986) is an Australian multidisciplinary artist whose arts practice is both research and process driven and works across a range of media including analogue and digital photography, printmaking, video, performance and installation art. Central to her practice is to investigate how the materiality of archives influence our memories, archives, communication and social interaction.
Emily Hornum, Tinderreotypes, 2018, photomedia
‘Tinderreotypes’ is a photomedia series combining Daguerreotypes and Tinder profile lines. It is a humorous and playful social commentary on how technology has altered language, social engagement and ultimately, the dating world.