Andi (they/them) is a visual artist whose interdisciplinary practice is humbled and radicalized by their work with different communities. Through installation and digital collage, they’ve explored intersectional identities, precarious livelihoods and the juxtaposition of movements. Andi aims to broaden an understanding of oppressed experiences and encourage collective empowerment through the answering of the questions “Who is not here with us and how can I be there for you?”.
for inquiries, collaborations,
prints, nice chats:
In Practice, facilitated by artists Kristina Corre and Andi Vicente, is an informal space for artists of various disciplines and levels. Artists can share ideas, get feedback on projects, referrals for funding and collaboration opportunities as well as tips on contracts and commissioned works. Online drop-ins happen on the second and last Wednesdays of the month.
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Usaping Art-ibista, facilitated by community organizer Aimee Beboso and artists Jocelyn Keays, Andi Vicente, is a monthly talk with Filipino/a/x artists on their practice, experiences and reflections on the role of art and artists in grassroots organizing and movements.
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