Craft / Fashion
Michel Dumont is a queer Ojibway French two-spirited disabled artist and survivor of intergenerational trauma stemming from Indian Day School. He currently resides in Thunder Bay. Michel enjoys breathing new life into the discarded vintage tile by making mosaic pieces. He also works in wearable art, using packing tape, mylar, cellophane and LED lights. He currently has been exploring installation art. He’s shown at Queer Landscapes, Queer Intersections at the John B. Aird in Toronto, and the Queer and Peace Vernissage, Dawson College, Montreal, Art in Resilience, Paris, France, and Mirrored, Muu Art Gallery, Helsinki, Finland.