Dani Andrée


Dani Andrée is a Melbourne-based artist and Masters by Research candidate at RMIT University. She has an interest in the way that functional, everyday spaces enter our conscious awareness. Suspended time, endurance, function and the direction of movement are strategically employed to examine the ontological qualities of and relations between matter and bodies. Her current research creates the conditions for dialogical relations between plant growth and artistic action. This undertaking provides a counterpoint to instrumentalist ways of interacting with plant life.

Field: Art

Institution: RMIT University

E-mail: danielle.andree@rmit.edu.au

Conference Schedule

Human geography, wayfinding, mapping, Physical versus temporal space, digital publics, galleries/museums

Title of Paper
Training the artist, training the viewer: Vegetal control of human movement in Perennial series