+Marie-Pascale Lafrenière


Marie-Pascale Lafrenière is a multidisciplinary feminist artist from Gatineau, Quebec. Her work addresses the relations between female representation and mental health. In her performances, photographs and videos, she explores the ways in which pop culture and social media are redefining women. She also draws inspiration from her own experiences with mental illness. The artist has been the recipient of the Scholarship of Visual Arts Excellence (ÉMI & Axenéo7, 2016) and the winner of the Black & White Photography Contest (STO, 2013). Her work has been shown in Centre Voix Visuelle (Ottawa), Centre d’Action Culturelle de la MRC Papineau (St-André-Avellin), and The Cultch (Vancouver). She obtained her bachelor’s degree at Université du Québec en Outaouais in 2017, and she is now completing her MFA at Emily Carr University of Art & Design.


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+Kit Edwards


Kit is a freelance art writer living in London, with a particular interest in queer and womxn’s practices. Having graduated with an English degree in 2017, she is now studying the History of Art at Birkbeck University and working part-time in the charity sector. She has written for Polyester Zine, Sister Magazine and This is Tomorrow.


+Maeve Hanna


Maeve Hanna is a writer and curator based in Treaty 7 territory (Calgary, AB). She holds a BFA Honours in Visual Arts and Literature from York University (Toronto) and the University of Leeds (UK), an MA in Art History and Icelandic Studies from the Université du Québec à Montréal and the University of Manitoba (Winnipeg) on location in Iceland. She has previously published work with Black Flash Magazine, Canadian Art, C Magazine, esse, Frieze, Sculpture and the academic journal the Senses and Society. She has work forthcoming with the Globe and Mail, CBC Radio, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Publication Studio, Luma Film Media and Art Quarterly, Hyperallergic and Border Crossings Magazine. She is the Calgary correspondent for Akimblog.


+Sara Peters


Sara Peters is a writer in Toronto. When not writing for TV she guest lectures, writes poetry, documents the queer art scene, and performs improv.

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+Alexandra Bischoff


Alexandra Bischoff (b. Edmonton, Treaty 6 territory) is a performance artist and writer. Bischoff’s practice responds to obscured intimacies, often focusing through the amorphous lens of womxn’s work. Sexual, emotional, and caretaking labours—legitimized or not, compensated or not—are some of Bischoff’s main concerns. She holds a BFA in Visual Art from Emily Carr University of Art + Design, and is currently an MFA candidate at Concordia University in the department of Intermedia.

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