Josepha Dumas is an inter(multi)disciplinary Haitian-French artist currently based in Montreal,Qc. She was born and raised in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, then moved to the United States and Germany before settling in Canada. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Concordia University, Montreal, Tiohtià:ke QC, Canada in 2018. As she moves and grows within the Haitian diaspora, she explores the idea of dispersed landscapes as a unified reflection of our identity. All of the disciplines she works with revolve in one way or another around the question of identity, a (lost) home, cultural and social differences between countries, the emotional impact of the change of seasons and the importance of space and time.
Dumas has participated in several group exhibitions in Montreal, Madrid and South Korea and her work has been published in Haiti and Canada.