Tina Hage questions the relationship between the individual and the collective, without sparing herself in the process. She is concerned with the human being as the mirror of society, as a collectivised object oscillating between the individual and the multitude, found in non-places, in newspapers, and on the Internet. Her works are self-portraits in staged settings presented as objets trouvés from the media world. By individually constructing each persona, the artist alludes to the individual within the whole, the person who seems in danger of vanishing into the collective society. Each situation, originally stemming from a single moment, is created through presentation and processing, which turns it into a sign or symbol.
b. 1976 (Port-au-Prince, HT), lives and works in London, UK