Di-Andre Caprice Davis was born in Kingston, Jamaica. She is a self-described experimental artist exploring new media technologies. Her work is primarily an exploration of form, engaging the opportunities afforded by new media to develop new languages that reflect a twenty-first century existence. Abstraction, computer graphics, GIF art, glitch art, mathematics, photography, science, surrealism, and videography are some of the fascinations that animate her practice. She has exhibited across the Caribbean and internationally.
Notable exhibitions include the National Gallery of Jamaica’s Jamaica Biennial (2014 and 2017),Young Talent (2015), Digital (2016), Explorations VI Engaging Abstraction (2017 – 2018); Jamaican Pulse: Art and Politics from Jamaica and the Diaspora (2016) at the Royal West of England Academy, Bristol, United Kingdom and New Century/New Materials – Current Art Trends in Science and Technology (2019) at Spaulding R. Aldrich Heritage Gallery, Whitinsville, Massachusetts, USA. She completed art residencies at Bluecoat, Liverpool, United Kingdom (2016) and Alice Yard, Trinidad (2018). At the 2017 Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival, she won the award for Best Experimental Film for her work Chaotic Beauty, 2016, which has also been shown at The Dean Collection’s No Commission show during Art Basel Miami 2017.