Holly de Moissac | hollydemoissac.com
Holly de Moissac is a Canadian visual artist whose work explores the idea of vulnerability in bodies from the personal and the ecological standpoints. In her various explorations of the processes of fragmentation and reduction, she imagines bodies and natural environments as emotional objects that contain and reflect the notions of injury, complexity, and history. As such they present themselves as inseparable from the natural cycles of growth and decay. De Moissac is currently working towards her Masters of Fine Arts at the University of Alberta. She is a lead printmaker at the Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts in Edmonton, where she works with developmentally disabled artists.