Deanna Gene is a Toronto-based artist who works mainly on installations. Fostering an idea that emerges from her environment through light, sound, and mixed media is her passion. She often creates based on principle themes of culture and human psyche. Filling up space to design a message or feeling or thought-provoking idea is her objective and an accomplishment that could share with an open society. Deanna has showcased her work at Assembly Hall, Colborne lodge, and most recently participated in the Toronto biennial of art(partnered with Workman Arts and Humber college). She has worked closely with community arts organization, Lakeshore Arts. She worked as a program coordinators assistant and has gained experience working in galleries, programming, and children’s education. In the spring of 2020, she will graduate from Humber College with a diploma in Visual and Digital arts.