Genevieve Flavelle is an independent curator, writer and PhD student at Queen’s University. She has recently curated exhibitions at Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre (Kingston ON), Younger than Beyonce Gallery (Toronto) and Good Sport Gallery (London ON). Her writing has appeared in C Magazine, BlackFlash, Esse, and various exhibition catalogues. She holds a BA in Art History from NSCAD University, and a MA in Art History from Western University. Genevieve's research and curatorial interests include contemporary art, feminist curatorial strategies, curatorial interventions in museums and archives, and queer theory. She is interested in art as a meeting ground for political praxis, intergenerational exchange, community building, agitation, and worlding. She is a settler of Scottish and French ancestry raised in Tkaronto/Toronto and currently living as an uninvited guest on Anishinabe and Haudenosaunee land in Katarokwi/Kingston.