Danielle Foster (b. 1995) is a visual artist living and working in Los Angeles, California.
Foster’s practice operates at the intersection between psychology and horror. It is an investigation of memory, a questioning of personhood, and an unveiling of how unsettling the mind has the potential to be. Through the exploration of anomalies within her own behavioral tendencies- Foster interrogates experiences recalled from adolescence that have contributed to her anxieties, fears, and have had a substantial impact on her sense of self. Taking into considering not only how certain memories are stored but also why certain moments stick, while others fade away – Foster’s work is a constant push and pull between internal vs external, a negotiation of two-dimensional vs three-dimensional space, and a questioning of imagination vs reality, blurring the line that distinguishes each.