Georgina Tyson is a Liverpool-based visual artist and writer. She has spent the last decade studying, exhibiting, and collaborating all over the UK. Using the internet to procure digital networks and spaces - she shares her own work and experiences and sometimes facilitates the work and experiences of others. Her practice is ‘performance-based data-mining’ – an indulgent exercise of intense oversharing using low resolution and low culture mediums and aesthetics to tell stories with recurring themes of class, fatness, the performance of the self online, and sex.