Noémi McComber


Noémi McComber completed a Masters degree in Visual and Media Arts at Chelsea College of Art in London, UK (2002). She has since been actively involved in artistic and curatorial projects, focusing on multidisciplinary (drawing, video, photography, performance and urban interventions) and collaborative works. Her artwork has been shown in Finland, Russia, Denmark, Colombia, Greece, Equator, Austria, Wales, Spain, France, Scotland, in the UK as well as in Québec and Canada. In 2011, she presented the solo project New Flags for Old Monuments at Dare-Dare in Montreal, Acercate mas at Casa Tres Patios in Medellin, Colombia and La peau du bronze, a solo show at la Maison des arts de Laval. She also presented two performances that year, at Viva Art Action! and at MAVF In Winnipeg. More recently, she had a solo show of new video works at Optica gallery in Montreal and was part of the Corrections Marginales exhibition at Studio XX (2013). She is a founding and active member of L’Araignée, a feminist collective for the dissemination of contemporary art, who presented the first OFF-Papier in Montreal in 2014. She lives and works in Montréal.