Rebecca Ladida is a transdisciplinary artist based in Tiohtià:ke/Montreal, unceded land of the Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) Nation. Through mixed media installation, sculpture, performance, immersive art, video work, research and DIY curating, Rebecca’s solo and collaborative practice provides modals of intimacy, hospitality and ecological co-habitation fostering new and radical placemaking. They are currently working on a long-term project on extractive and carceral structures of existence called Carceral Ecologies. Ladida’s work has been shown at Woman Made Gallery in Chicago, the Downtown Player’s Club in Atlanta, Dfbrl8r Gallery and Siblings in Chicago, The Situation Room and LACE: Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions in L.A., RAIZVANGUARDA Associação Cultural in Bordeiro (Portugal), La Centrale Galerie Powerhouse, Festival HTMlles & dpi.23, Ada X, in Tiohtià:ke/Montreal, to name a few. They have guest lectured at The School of the Art Institute Chicago, University of Illinois in Chicago (USA), as well as Ottawa University in Canada.
Video Work: Fences (2022) (in the making), Geology of Desire (2022) (in the making), On Being a Guest (2022), Homosexuals Amasesquals (2016), Let’s Stop Talking Now (2012) with Virginie Jourdain, Queering the Everyday (2010) with Kim Maurice
Selected for the Feminist Biennial, Woman Made Gallery
on being a guest

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