Madelyne Beckles

Madelyne Beckles

Quartier Général Art POP Headquarters

Blake Gilley, Bronson Smillie, Edwin Isford, Eva Young, Fatine-Violette Sabiri, Les Sabines, Madelyne Beckles, Marie Elaine Lalonde, Nabil Azab, Sabrina Ratté Skawennati and XX Files
Montreal
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VERNISSAGE! Quartier Général Art POP Headquarters

Blake Gilley, Bronson Smillie, Edwin Isford, Eva Young, Fatine-Violette Sabiri, Les Sabines, Madelyne Beckles, Marie Elaine Lalonde, Nabil Azab, Sabrina Ratté Skawennati and XX Files
Montreal
N / A

Quartier Général Art POP Headquarters

Blake Gilley, Bronson Smillie, Edwin Isford, Eva Young, Fatine-Violette Sabiri, Les Sabines, Madelyne Beckles, Marie Elaine Lalonde, Nabil Azab, Sabrina Ratté Skawennati and XX Files
Montreal
N / A

Quartier Général Art POP Headquarters

Blake Gilley, Bronson Smillie, Edwin Isford, Eva Young, Fatine-Violette Sabiri, Les Sabines, Madelyne Beckles, Marie Elaine Lalonde, Nabil Azab, Sabrina Ratté Skawennati and XX Files
Montreal
N / A

Quartier Général Art POP Headquarters

Blake Gilley, Bronson Smillie, Edwin Isford, Eva Young, Fatine-Violette Sabiri, Les Sabines, Madelyne Beckles, Marie Elaine Lalonde, Nabil Azab, Sabrina Ratté Skawennati and XX Files
Montreal
N / A

Quartier Général Art POP Headquarters

Blake Gilley, Bronson Smillie, Edwin Isford, Eva Young, Fatine-Violette Sabiri, Les Sabines, Madelyne Beckles, Marie Elaine Lalonde, Nabil Azab, Sabrina Ratté Skawennati and XX Files
Montreal
N / A

Madelyne Beckles

From Toronto

Madelyne Beckles is a multidisciplinary artist based in Toronto. Pop culture, theoretical texts, and/or art history are employed as entry points to explore the/her body, race, and femininity, and create new contexts and environments through performance, video work, and installation. Recurring themes in her work include domesticity, consumption, intimacy, shame, labour, camp, and the abject, which she attempts to deconstruct through feminist frameworks.