Christine Kirouac is a Winnipeg-based artist, fluent in the language and tropes of cinema. She crafts provocative video work that questions the screen's ability to translate identity, as well as information. Kirouac investigates the meaning of gender, belonging and culture through video that is alluring, absurd, and always unfinished. Preferring the tease to the whole, she leaves a trail of impressions to linger - building anticipation to prolong our questions. Kirouac has received support from National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation, Canada Council for the Arts and the National Film Board. She has attended residencies at the Banff Centre and in the Netherlands as well as participated nationally and internationally in exhibitions and screenings. She presently lives and works out of Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada.