Alegría Gobeil

Alegría Gobeil lives/works with practices considered symptomatic, accidental, contagious, unsafe, compulsive, collective. Self-injury, intoxication and the unwillingness to be alive have been part of their work. They seek to interrogate what types of lives are negotiated through so-called self/destructive behavior. Their indisciplinary and anti-psychiatric practice has taken the form of performances, protocols, actions, documents, images and altered objects.


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