Tara Milenkovic is a Melbourne based artist who has recently completed a Bachelor of Fine Art, majoring in Photography at RMIT University. Tara's most recent projects oscillate between photographic self-portraiture, video and installation practice. The artworks examine themes relating to the importance of female-lead narratives in art and on screen, reflecting the complexities of female voices that are often misrepresented.
With a strong focus on the female gaze, Tara's interest is in subverting traditional patriarchal ideals, consciously framing the diversity of individual female experiences. Using the body as a subject, and feeling through it as a way of communicating, Tara seeks to evoke empathy by employing three main concepts: feeling, being, and seeing.
2015-2017 | Bachelor of Fine Art - Photography, RMIT University, Melbourne.
2016 | 'A Drive-By', First Site Gallery, RMIT University, Melbourne.
2017 | 'What I Thought I Saw' (part of 'Anthropocene'), First Site Gallery, RMIT University, Melbourne.
2017 | 'Untitled, The Act of Seeing', CCP Salon, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne.