Bio

Sheri Osden Nault is an artist of Métis and mixed European descent. Personal and political, their art practice and research are grounded in Indigenous, feminist, and queer world views. Seeking a sense of social and ecological responsibility and kinship, they explore intimacy and permeability between human and non-human bodies. Shifting form fluidly, their practice includes sculptures, community projects, performance, Indigenous tattoo revival, zines, and more. They received an MFA from York University in 2017 and their BFA from the Alberta College of Art and Design in 2012. Recent exhibitions include Where the Shoreline Meets the Water at the ArQuives, Toronto (2020); Shapeshifters curated by Amanda Amour-Lynx, Toronto (2019); Off-Centre at the Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina (2019); Fix Your Hearts or Die at the Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton (2019). They were a participant in the 2019 Banff Centre Indigenous Arts residency Ghost Days, and the 2017 cohort of the Intergenerational LGBT Artist Residency, on Toronto Island.


 

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