Paméla Simard is a French-Canadian artist. Drawn to sculpture, performance and photography, her interdisciplinary approach aims to foster a dialogue about the complexity of social construction and the innermost being. Throughout her process, Simard combines multiple layers of experience by activating the elements she creates using her body. Her work has been exhibited internationally, including the Ph21 Gallery in Hungary and the CICA Museum in South Korea. She has a permanent installation at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre in Montréal as well as the Women’s Leadership Center at Alfred University. Simard participated in two international exchange programs in France and Australia where she studied and expanded her artistic practice. She holds a BFA in Art History and Studio Arts from Concordia University in Montréal and is currently pursuing an MFA in Sculpture/Dimensional Studies at Alfred University, NY.