Culture²

to beat the womb at it's own game

by jaqueline beaumont


jacqueline beaumont is a transdisciplinary bio-artist, researcher and material practitioner based in Tiohtià:ke/Mooniyang. Her practice investigates queer ecology, trans-theory, material transfiguation and genetics. She holds a BFA and fellowship status from Concordia University in Fibers and Material practices, Researcher status at the Milieux Institute in both Speculative life cluster and the Textiles and Materiality cluster. She has exhibited, lectured and collaborated internationally. Her research weaves together Artificial Reproductive Technologies (A.R.T), Trans theory and speculative life. It is from this intersection that her quest to transfigure biological fertility emerges, prototyping futurities in which kin of all genders, races, softwares and species can function as one and many - to beat the womb at its own game. We worship the residue, We are pro-contamination, the un-sterile, we are fertile.

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