Véronique Malo is a visual artist with a multidisciplinary approach working mostly with video and video installations in public spaces, with a background in print media. Her artworks explore the idea of social portraiture and how structures of power influence migration and relationships through a landscape. In her videos, drawings and installations, she juxtaposes tension and construction of public spaces with ideas of community, contemplation and time.
She completed a Master of Fine Arts in Print Media at Concordia University in Montréal (Canada). In 2006, she studied as an exchange student in the MFA program at Glasgow School of Art, Scotland. She participated in several exhibitions and screenings in Canada, in the United States, in France, in Sweden, in Spain and in Scotland. She worked in the realm of artist-run centers in Montreal, as well as teaching part-time at Concordia University and in Cegep. As an undergraduate, she studied Studio Arts at Concordia University and completed her studies at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. In 2009, she was in Sweden taking part in a post-graduate program at Valand School of Fine Arts, as well as in Est-Nord-Est, a residency in St-Jean-Port-Joli, Qc and at the 3e Imperial in Granby. She took part in a residency and exhibition in Huesca, Spain for the Pépinières européennes pour jeunes artistes in 2011. She lives and works in Lanaudière and Montréal, Quebec.