Andreanne Michon received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Concordia University, with a major in photography. She has participated in several group exhibitions including 16 at Art Mur Gallery, and Inspirations at the McCord Museum in Montreal as well as the 2007 Biennale Internationale de l’Image in Nancy, France. Michon explores the human experience through portraiture in various environments. Dimension ½: Panther Tank is the second image of Damage Measurement, a diptych investigating how a person’s psychological state is affected by war. Michon suggests that this artwork represents the subconscious impact of the threat of war and how an individual who is subjected to this incessant danger as a child operates under an altered state of consciousness. This distorted psychology is represented by a sleeping man. Michon blurs the line between adulthood and childhood in order to indicate that the trauma and psychological damage that war inflicts on a child continues to affect an individual as an adult.