I am a Filipina-Canadian multi-disciplinary artist interested in investigating relationships between
material impermanence and trans-cultural memory. I work in sculpture, installation, performance
and 2D works.
I work between genres of painting, drawing, installation, assemblage, photography and video to
explore process, impermanence, essentiality and serendipity through the transformation of
everyday materials and found objects.
My work explores the storage and transmission of memory, myth and experience. I’m interested in
mapping our very human engagement with the intersections of real and imagined experience
using performance, video, sculpture and installation.
My graphite-centric drawing, sculpture & hand-drawn animation work elusively investigates
identity & encompasses an obsessive conceptual framework, denoting recollection &
disappearance, memory & forgetfulness, and mark making & erasure
My work is derived from the historical precedent of a sampler, using stitches to record the forms,
patterns and textures of my experiences of different places. This recording of memories is a tactile
sense of space.
My work focus on the mechanisms and techniques of representation that build reality, through a
critical process of questioning and challenging hegemonic narratives and the forms by which they
Audrée Anid is a mixed-media artist whose work spans photography, painting, and printmaking,
she examines the manipulation of structure as a means to deconstruct and reconfigure space and
the human form.