Andrée Weschler‘s artistic endeavours focus on using the physical body to explore the boundaries of acceptable social constructs. The performing body is used as a tool for discovery, often becoming material in itself. Her work also attempts to challenge the audience into reading her performance of bodily differences. Born in France, she has been living and practicing her art in Asia for more than 18 years. Her formative visual arts training were in Singapore, Australia and France. Her art practice encompasses Performance Art, Drawing, Video Art, Photography and Installation. At Les Beaux Arts de Paris, she worked in the atelier of Annette Messager. Since 2000, she has been invited to participate in international art events in Asia and Europe. Her exhibition participations include ICASTICA 2013 International Women’s Art Biennale Italy 2013, The 4th Guangzhou Triennal China 2011, The Asian Pulse 10+1 Bangkok Culture & Art Center Bangkok Thailand 2011, The National Review of Live Art Glasgow Scotland 2009, ”The Park---The Contemporary Artists in Asia 2008” Related Art Exhibition of Yokohama Art Triennale Japan 2008, Eros-Arrows by the London Biennale 2004 England, International Eco-Environment Art Exhibition Seoul Arts Centre Art Gallery, Seoul, Korea 2002.