Annalee Davis

Annalee Davis’ hybrid practice is as a visual artist, cultural activist, and writer. Her work sits at the intersection of biography and history, focussing on post-plantation economies by engaging with a particular landscape of Barbados. Her studio, located on a working dairy farm that operated historically as a 17th century sugarcane plantation, offers a critical context for her work. Drawing, walking, making (bush) teas, and growing living apothecaries, Annalee’s practice suggests future strategies for repair and thriving while investigating the role of botanicals and living plots as ancestral sites of refusal, counter-knowledge, community, and healing.