Camille-Zoé Valcourt-Synnott is an interdisciplinary artist from Québec (QC). She graduated with a BFA from Concordia University (Montréal, QC) in 2018 and completed her MFA at NSCAD University (Halifax, NS) in 2020. Her object-oriented and text-based work uses humour as an entry point to make her practice more accessible, while constantly challenging the preciousness of art spaces. Her performance work reflects on the value of the artist’s work, perceptions of productivity and where life and art meets. More recently, she’s been developing a collaborative and curatorial practice with Louis-Charles Dionne and Jacinte Armstrong, using sculptural props, movement and performative instructions.