Jocelyne Junker is a Metis artist born in Saskatchewan. Her practice explores how photography and painting can become entangled in performative gestures that affect the formulation and construction of self-identity. Through photography she engages in the questioning of representation and identity in the public sphere, and through painting a visual language that co-opts media and challenges its original context. She received her BFA from Emily Carr University of Art + Design in 2018 and currently resides in Vancouver. Visit Jocelyn's website here.