Projects | Publications | Interviews
Complex Waves, part of Virtual Encounters @ LOMAA, curated by Christine Negus, 2023
Anyse Ducharme (elle | she | her) is a franco-ontarian (fr | en) media artist, curator + teacher from northeastern Ontario, Robinson-Huron Treaty Territory.
Her artistic production locates itself in an opposition (from within) to digital colonialism through small, sometimes subversive acts: glitching images with internet comments; dismantling assumptions of transparency that are both promoted and compromised by the ways in which knowledge is increasingly organized in the era of the computer; and by exploring the malleability of data through the transformation of information into various representational states.
Her work has been exhibited at Flux Gallery - AceArt Inc (Winnipeg), Gallery 44 (Toronto), la Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario (Sudbury), InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre (Toronto) and as part of the Flash Forward festival for emergent photography (Toronto, Boston, Portland). Her most recent work “I’ve swear ive followed the instruction but my heart can’t close” is for sale with Printed Matter, Inc. (NYC)
Ducharme has a Masters of Fine Arts from the University of British Columbia, un Baccalauréat en Arts Visuels from the University of Ottawa and a college diploma in 3D Animation from La Cité collégiale.
She currently teaches in the School of Fine Arts at Memorial University of Newfoundland and is a member of the Board of Directors of La Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario.
© Anyse Ducharme 2023