Camille Cléant is a Montreal based artist, working in the fields of performance, drawing, installation, video and poetry. Her work unfolds around the subject of the body and its memory in relation to specific location, and the notion of the sacred/safe space. In 2014, her work was presented as part of the Just Watch Me Festival at Leonard & Bina Gallery in Montreal and the Short Text Festival in Sherbrooke, Canada. In 2016, she performed at Soirée Slam Sessions, in Montreal, where she presented Renaissance through performance, poetry and installation. Her work was presented in a solo show at MousePrint Gallery (2014) and in many group exhibitions in Montreal. She is the recipient of the FASA Special Project Grant (2013), the Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Award (2017-2018) and the Award of the Academy of Literary Life (2014) for her book Dear Universe. She is currently completing her Bachelor degree in Fine Arts at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.