Christine Brault lives and works in Montreal, Canada. As a performance artist, she creates actions and site‐specific interventions, with a strong poetic, committed and feminist angle using a sociological vision. Her work has been presented in the Americas, in China, and in Europe through artist residencies and international performance festivals.
Over the last 30 years in Canada, over 4000 indigenous women have either disappeared or been found killed, dumped in lakes, forests, or along roadsides. In the continuity of my investigations on femicides in the Americas, by weaving seaweed and corn leaves together, I will build my own body bag, such as a memorial for our missing sisters.