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Tabitha Carver is a recent graduate whose work focuses on the relationship between feminism, the digital and representations of the self online. Although fundamentally photographic, her work is concerned with challenging an ocular-centric media landscape through the use of Virtual Reality.
Tabitha grew up in Germany, whilst also having lived in Tokyo, before moving to London to study at Goldsmiths, University of London.

Additional languages: German and Japanese.


  • BA Media and Communications with Photography
    Goldsmiths, University of London
    2015 - 2018 (1st Class)

Previous and upcoming Exhibitions

  • SHAPESLewisham in conjunction with the Launch of the new Second Floor Studios Deptford Foundry, May 2019

  • You Don’t Deserve To Be An Artist, London, 2019

  • UK Young Artists City Takeover: Nottingham, February 2019

  • Ship of Folly BA Degree Show, Goldsmiths, University of London BA Media & Communications, June 2018

  • Empowerment Group show co-curated by Creative Debuts and Nasty Women Exhibition in collaboration with Nasty Women North East, Nasty Women London, Nasty Women New York and more; March 2018

  • WORK IN PROGRESS Group show at Art Hub in Deptford, December 2017