In her practice, Amélie Brindamour explores different issues related to the natural environment. She works with electronic art, biomaterials, and installation to produce interactive artworks, integrating sound and light components to reveal the intelligent systems present in nature. Her projects blur the boundaries between art and science, invite collaboration, and are developed during various residencies, including at Eastern Bloc (Montréal), the Speculative Life BioLab of Concordia University (CQAM/Milieux residency) and the Vermont Studio Center (Johnson, United States). Amélie holds a BFA (visual arts) and a master’s degree in art education from Concordia University. She lives and works in the Bas-Saint-Laurent region.