Michelle Lisa Polissaint
Michelle Lisa Polissaint will exhibit a series of photographs in bus shelters beginning on August 1, 2019 that will run for five weeks. Michelle’s work will be on display at seven bus shelters along Roberta Hunter Park in South Miami Heights. Her photographs document a recent trip to her family's home in Vieuxbourg d'Aquin, Haiti. The placement pays particular attention to commuters traveling to and from the area for work with snapshots of intimate and familiar moments that may be shared collectively among immigrants from the Caribbean diaspora.
Michelle Lisa Polissaint is a visual artist & arts organizer based in Miami, Florida. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Florida International University in Photography & Fiber Based Painting. Her current practice is focused on producing community based activations that encourage artists and community members to form collaborative relationships.
As an artist she explores the nature of human interaction through textiles and photographs. Her most recent work, The Ballad of Me & You, is an ongoing visual conversation on her failures and successes in romantic relationships. Her newly launched project, Moonshine Moanin’, is a research performance project exploring identity and queerness as it relates to her upbringing in the South funded by funded by The Ellies, Miami’s visual arts awards, presented by OoliteArts. She is a current resident at Bakehouse Art Complex and she is represented by Spinello Projects.
Check out more of her work here.