Working from a feminist perspective, with a marked interest in health – intimate, public, social and political – I create works, often hybrid, which are elaborated through a multidisciplinary practice combining installation, drawing, video and performance. The hybrid body, the multiple representations of the body – of the female body in particular – is a recurring theme in my research, inspired by the history of art, the history of medicine, science and also the news. Since 1995, I have participated in several residencies in Canada and in Europe. My work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions in Canada, the US, Europe and Scandinavia. I hold an MFA from Concordia University and my work in drawing is represented by Galerie Robert Poulin.