by Marie-Pascale Lafrenière
Graduation year: 2019
This photograph is part of a series proposing femininity as a second career, highlighting the time and the energy allocated to beautification practices by modern wxmen. It captures moments of unproductive productivity, of waiting for magical results.
About the Artist
Marie-Pascale Lafrenière is a visual artist and educator living on unceded Coast Salish territories. Her work addresses the absurdity of the feminine portrait. She holds an MFA from Emily Carr University and a BA in Visual Arts from UQO.