Andina Marie Osorio (she/her)
is a Nuyorican artist from The Bronx currently based in New Haven, Connecticut. Her work explores family lineage, identity and friction between the matriarchy and patriarchy within domestic space.
Osorio's practice employs self portraiture, archival photographs, installation, appropriation and soft sculptures; with the primary focus on the women of her family being used as vessels to explore matriarchal roles that play into race, sexuality and women’s history through Osorio’s own visual language. She utilizes appropriation of her own familial archive, ephemera and found objects to incite incidental memories and activate ancestral energies.
She is currently pursuing her MFA at Yale School of Art.
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