ROSALIE H. MAHEUX was born in a small town on the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River, Québec, Canada in 1988. She now lives and works in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and pursues a multidisciplinary practice with a particular interest in sculpture and two-dimensional work. Her work addresses feminist issues through the use of humour and irony, which she uses to question contemporary society, behaviour, thinking, language, and perversion. She plays with commonly recognized symbols and icons that she shifts and hybridizes in order for new meanings to emerge.
Maheux obtained an Honours Bachelor of Arts - Specialist in Studio (Fine Arts) with High Distinction from the University of Toronto, at Scarborough, Ontario. Her work has recently been presented in a solo show entitled, "The Other Ceremony", at the James Contemporary Gallery in Toronto (2015). Selected and juried group shows include "30 Under 30", at the John B. Aird Gallery (Toronto), where her Sacred Circle series received substantial attention from political parties and media groups. Recent exhibitions include: "Video Fever 2015" at Trinity Square Video (Toronto) and “Sidewalkscreenings.MOV 2015" at Whipper Snapper Gallery (Toronto).