My new project is a quest to imagine the representation of "ultra-femininity." Raised as a tomboy in a Hardware store owned by my family in Quebec, I was encouraged to act and think like a boy rather than a stereotypical girl. The reason why this happened would be worth another exhibition but for the time being, I wish to explore the effect on my ideation and imagination of being denied growing into my femininity. In short, it distorted my own identity and it pushed me to feel very confused and misshaped in my teenage years. Fortunately, I overcame this dilemma but it is still active in my imagination. I resisted this state of being by creating an imaginary world where girls are super sweet, mysterious, and cute. That experience connected me to the struggles and questions we socially face on identity today. I work across painting, video, and dance performances to investigate identity, societal norms, and inclusion. I strive to invent imaginative characters in my paintings and challenge these norms, favoring nonstereotypical portrayals to break free from normative codes. I believe this liberation from conformity leads to promoting inclusion and diversity. I wish to feature my work's positive, seductive, and humorous elements.