Paméla Simard is a French-Canadian artist. Drawn to performance, photography and installations, her interdisciplinary approach investigates the relationship between intimacy and identity through the act of concealing and revealing oneself. Operating across the presence and absence of the body, her work bears a significance that is both physical and emotional. Simard has been exhibited internationally, including the Ph21 Gallery in Hungary and the CICA Museum in South Korea (2019). She participated in two international exchange programs in France (2013) and Australia (2014-15) where she studied and expanded her artistic practice. She holds a BFA in Art History and Studio Arts from Concordia University in Montréal, as well as an MFA in Sculpture/Dimensional Studies at Alfred University, NY.