A trained print-maker, Andry uses the graphic form of her medium to confront the viewer with the visual manifestation of the ideologies behind racist policies and practices. Belying the ugliness of the ideas, the images are beautiful: colorful and multi-layered with intricate textures that draw us in.
Andry often reverses the roles of races in her images. Taking the ideology out of context in this way forces us to step into another's shoes and to face the faulty logic behind presumptions and race. For this exhibition, Andry has created a large-scale wallpaper installation in addition to a new body of prints.