Annalee Davis is a Barbadian Visual Artist producing installations, building objects and more recently, working with video.
Her work exposes tensions within the larger context of a post-colonial Caribbean history and observes the nature of post-independent (failing?) nation states. She explores notions of home, longing and belonging; questions the parameters that define who belong (and who doesn’t), and is concerned with issues surrounding the shifting landscapes of the archipelago.
She has exhibited her work throughout the Caribbean and internationally since 1989.
Annalee completed a BFA at the Maryland Institute, College of Art and an MFA at the Mason Gross School for the Arts, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.