Andina Marie Osorio is an Afro-Caribbean artist born in the Bronx and is currently based between New Haven, Connecticut and New York, NY. 

Osorio’s  practice utilizes photography and image based installations to examine the genealogical analogies of domestic space and lineage – in relation to her Puerto Rican heritage and her queer identity. Her practice employs self portraiture, archival familial photographs, installation, appropriation and soft sculptures. Osorio’s practice exposes juxtapositions in the liminal spaces between generations, genders, and sexualities. Her interior photographs of domestic spaces transform into pictorial collages that question how to make a portrait without a physical body. In her installations, the ephemera and materials used incite incidental memories and activate ancestral energies that reference the feminine domestic setting. Osorio explores her understanding of the queer image through her personal recollections of voyeurism and re-creating performances or gestures she yearns to memorialize. 

Osorio is a recipient of the  City Artist Corps Grant of New York City and the DRABL Artist Grant. Osorio was one of 50 artists to participate in the ForFreedoms AWAKENING Billboard Campaign in 2020. Her work has been shown at the LES Gallery at The Clemente and has been featured in Musee Magazine, Port Magazine and Elephant Magazine. She holds current residencies at the Center for Photography at Woodstock, Fire Island Artist Residency and Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program. 

Osorio is a recent Yale Photography MFA Graduate.

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