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I have multiple approaches to art making. Art is least interesting when it goes to a gallery to die or falls asleep on a wall. Street tactics, appropriation, liberation, collaboration, education, activism, are what drives my process. As an artist I am powerful, march with me. When we get tired we can draw. 

PlantBot Genetics

PlantBot Genetics

Monsantra.com is the website that catalogues the ongoing collaboration called PlantBot Genetics with artist Jeff Schmuki. This project begun by fusing robotics and genetically modified plants that would travel to communities to begin discussion about food issues. This colloboration grew to incorporate many issues of sustainabilty and food including solar power, pollination, coral restoration, hydroponics, etc... Currently the projects are dissemenated through one of three labs.

WYSIWYG

WYSIWYG

WYWIWYG Exhibition.com is a large format traveling installation project which changes and grows with ever place it visits. The community is invited to participate and it is their direct interaction with it that gives the project life. It is like a b-movie blob that grows with every stop eating away at gallery structure and providing its audience with a direct way to interact with art, no matter age, education or cultural background.

ArtPirate.ca

ArtPirate.ca

GET ART OF ITS ASS! Artpirate.ca is the website that catalogues the international unauthorized actions and critical interruptions that are born from my ever expanding search to find ways to give art an honest days work.

2DesChene.com

2DesChene.com

2DesChene.com is the site which catalogues all the 2-d works created within the last 10 years, including small scale drawings, series of works, murals and forced perspective investigations. This site also contains teaching academic outreach projects created in painting classes.

© 2018 by Wendy DesChene 

Contact: wdeschene(at)hotmail.com

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WYSIWYG

WYWIWYG Exhibition.com is a large format traveling installation project which changes and grows with ever place it visits. The community is invited to participate and it is their direct interaction with it that gives the project life. It is like a b-movie blob that grows with every stop eating away at gallery structure and providing its audience with a direct way to interact with art, no matter age, education or cultural background.

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