Carrie Perreault holds a BA from Brock University, St. Catharines. Her varying social and political environments influence her work. She is an advocate for human witnessing, which translates into research in meditative gestural acts that counter and speak to discrimination and hardship. Her multidisciplinary work includes video, installation, sculpture, performance, and audio works. Recent exhibitions include Little Tremors, at Treasure Hill Artist Village, Taipei (2014), The Promise That Tomorrow Made Yesterday, +15 – The New Gallery, Calgary (2014), You Should Not Be Here, Orange Country Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, CA (2014). She was also the recipient of an Action Research Grant through the Ontario Arts Council, facilitated by Tangled Art + Disability whose intent is to explore the impact of funding and the practice of artists with disabilities.