Elise Boudreau Graham is a Maritime born, Montréal based interdisciplinary artist. She works primarily in installation, soft sculpture, printed matter, and object collection. Her practice explores the politics of interpersonal relationships, private versus public spaces, and the navigation of feminine bodies through these spheres; in particular the performance of gendered labour. She is drawn to amateurish handicraft as a way of making that challenge perceptions of productivity, and strategically uses repetition as a way of making time to critically engage with her content. Elise is a graduate of NSCAD University (BFA, 2013) in Halifax, NS. She is a coordinator for Friends & Neighbours Gallery, an artist-run space in Montréal.