Stina Baudin is an emerging Canadian-Haitian interdisciplinary textile artist presently residing in Tiohtià:ke / Montreal, Quebec. She has studied both at Concordia University in Montreal and The Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels. She explores and researches the intersectionalities between Black culture, geography, mythology, and architectural form. Inspired by the untold stories of Black people, threads and visual techniques for materialization are hidden in the seams of her work. Using textiles as her primary framework, her interest lies in investigating and weaving ancestral relationships between fiber and form. She is presently a fellow at Wildseed Centre for Art & Activism a project birthed by Black Lives Matter activists who hope to build an enduring space that could cultivate the most transformative and radical ideas from Toronto’s diverse Black communities and beyond.