Kirsten Lyttle is a Melbourne based multi-media artist, specializing in photo media. In 2013, she completed a Master of Fine Art at RMIT University with Distinction.
She has exhibited locally and internationally. In 2012, she won the Patrick Corrigan AM Acquisitive Award as part of the 2012 Kodak Salon, Centre for Contemporary Photography. In 2009, she was awarded a mentorship with Naomi Cass as part of the Outside Eye: Melbourne Fringe Professional Development Program for her solo Fringe show, He Was an Alien in the Pacific (2009); Brunswick Arts Space, Brunswick.
Throughout Kirsten’s work she has been exploring issues of post-colonialism, identity, gender, and consumerism, which has been informed by her Maori and Pakeha heritage. She has been weaving with the Pacific Women’s Weaving Circle since 2011.
Kirsten teaches Digital Imaging in the Visual Art program in the School of Art, RMIT TAFE, RMIT University.