Alanis Magali Rodriguez-Beaudoin

Photography, various printmaking techniques as well as audio and video installation are the main tools that allow Alanis Magali Rodriguez-Beaudoin to form visual links with her social and natural environment. Her work examines her ethnic identity, the urban landscape, and the social condition and dichotomies between the Mexican and Canadian cultures in which she grew up. Always questioning the impact of contemporary art on the communities of Mexico and Canada, she seeks symbols that represent the stories, traditions and mythology that form a visual language interpreted by the connections we make between human beings in our experiences and memories.


June 14 — 17, 2023

FAAS7 : Kathleen

Alanis Magali Rodriguez-Beaudoin, Alegría Gobeil, Alix Voz, Alyssa Scott, Annie-Claude Deschênes, Connor Lafortune, Debajehmujig Storytellers, Fauxcils, Félix Hallée-Theoret, Florencia Sosa Rey, Geneviève et Matthieu, Géronimo Inutiq, Jessica Karuhanga, John Boyle-Singfield, Johannes Zits, Nico Glaude, Rotchild Choisy, Violaine Lafortune, Laurie McGauley, Tracy Gregory, Cora-Rae Silk, Emilio Portal, Elyse Portal, Tara Windatt, Clayton Windatt