Tina La Porta
Tina La Porta is a Miami-based digital artist who "focuses on issues surrounding identity in the virtual space". In 2001 she collaborated with Sharon Lehner on My Womb the Mosh Pit, an artistic representation of Peggy Phelan's Unmarked, In 2012 she presented Medicine Ball at the Robert Fontaine Gallery as part of the "Warhol is Over?" exhibition; this followed a 2011 presentation of All the Pills in My House, also at Fontaine's gallery. In 2015 she participated in the 40-person Annual Interest exhibition at the Young at Art Museum.
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