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Amy Jobe

Foundation Diploma in Art and Design


Visual artist Amy Jobe was inspired after she came across an old, 1987 copy of Vogue magazine. Looking at how women were portrayed in articles and advertisements at the time, Amy subverted the then stereotypes of the female form to create her work so she created a video of images, pulling together representations of women during that time and used her work as an opportunity to critique the way women were used in magazines.

This past year has been really important to me, it’s given me the chance to have a different outlook on my work. It’s allowed me to broaden my perspective and really find out what I want to do."

Published 19 June 2019

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