mother art/is/t, Montreal.
I’m a scholar of electronic media and feminist internet history, and a writer of essays, criticism, and memoir.
My current beat is on art and the environment.
My current art practice focuses on the mediated maternal as proproceptive orientation.
I obtained a Ph.D. in Communication Studies from Concordia University, where I am currently part-time faculty. I also teach at Dawson College in Cinema and Communication.
My dissertation: girl.is.a.four.letter.word: The Collective Practices of Amateur Self-Imag(in)ing and Personal Website Production 1996 to 2001.
I also write a newsletter, near to the wild heart, on motherhood and its intersections with philosophy, climate, bodies, and art.