Jacqueline BeaumontCA/QCConcordia University
Jacqueline Beaumont (she/they) is a transdisciplinary bio-artist, researcher, and material practitioner based in Tiohtià:ke/Mooniyang. Her practice investigates queer ecology, trans-theory, material transfiguation, and genetics. She holds a BFA and fellowship status from Concordia University in Fibers and Material practices, and is a researcher at the Milieux Institute in both the Speculative life cluster and the Textiles and Materiality cluster. She has exhibited, lectured and collaborated internationally. Her research weaves together Artificial Reproductive Technologies (A.R.T), Trans theory, and speculative life.