Bambitchell is an artistic collaboration based in Toronto, between Sharlene Bamboat and Alexis Mitchell. Their practice uses queer and feminist frameworks to re-imagine borders, mobility, labour, migration and memory. By employing a wide range of media, the duo examine the complexity of attachments produced in relation to the nation-state.

Their work has been exhibited in galleries and at festivals internationally, including shows at the Art Gallery of Windsor (2015), The Images Festival (2014), and Nuit Blanche Toronto (2011). They have given numerous public talks and their work appears in a wide range of artistic and academic publications, including a forthcoming book titled, 'Mobile Desires: The Erotics and Politics of Mobility Justice'. Bambitchell have been awarded multiple commissions and have upcoming residencies at the Santa Fe Art Institute, and Akademie Schloss Solitude in Germany. The duo received the Homebrew Award from the Images Festival for their project 'Silent Citizen' (2014) and have an upcoming exhibition at Articule (Montreal).

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