About Diane Landry
As a multidisciplinary artist, Diane Landry designs original performances, installations with automation, audio sculptures and works she qualifies as “mouvelles.” Her work subverts and challenges familiar associations and memories by recycling and repurposing everyday objects and materials. Landry’s work seeks to provoke new, surprising relationships to known objects and to break the usual link between our reading of an object and our memory of it. She received a BA from Université Laval, Québec City and an MFA from Stanford University, Palo Alto. Landry currently lives and works in Québec City.