Eleanor Dumouchel

Eleanor Dumouchel (Montreal)

Eleanor Dumouchel is a first-year graduate student in Art History at the MA level at Concordia University. Her thesis research explores the impact of imperial Spain’s millennial complex on a mid-16th Century tapestry based on Hieronymus Bosch’s Haywain triptych and commissioned by Spanish cardinal Antonio de Granvelle. She is presently an executive member of the Aboriginal Art Research Group. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

Event-s + project-s:

Feminist Technics, Queer Machines: Inventing Better Futures