Marlène Renaud-B. is a visual artist living and working in Montréal. Strongly influenced by the phenomenons of perception lived in the everyday, she explores the porousnous of the individual in her context, paying particular attention to spaces of intermediacy . She endeavours to create porous structures by the intervention of installation, sound art, performance, sculpture and video. Recently she has presented her work in Brasil, France, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, the US and Canada. In 2013, she received the Charles Pachter Prize for Canadian Emerging Artists, awarded by the Hnatyshyn Foundation.