About Me


photo by  eli farinango

photo by eli farinango

I am a creator, mostly using performance and multidisciplinary arts to express what sprouts from within, pulling the invisible and mundane to the surface. With a curiosity to explore and combine various mediums, I aim to create art presenting process as finality. Chosen themes revolve around blackness, memory, healing, ancestral knowledge, identity, and home. BIPOC and QTBIPOC communities are at the centre of my practice, to dig into healing while enabling dialogue.

My background includes mentorship from d’bi young anitafrika at the Watah Theatre, Theatre of the Oppressed trainings, and being currently enrolled in a BFA, in Performance Creation, at Concordia. My additional lens, as a social worker with an anti-oppressive practice, allows me to hold the intrinsic connection between healing and community as a priority angle.

Contact me at aa.remarais@gmail.com