Julie Roch-Cuerrier (b.1988) lives and works in Montreal (Canada). She holds an MA in Printmaking from the Royal College of Art (UK) and a BFA from Concordia University (Canada). Roch-Cuerrier participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Canada and internationally, including the London Open at Whitechapel Gallery (UK), the 3rd International Print Biennale (UK) and the international printmaking conference Post-digital Printmaking. Redefinition of Print (Poland). In 2015, she was chosen to represent UK at the European competition StartPoint Prize. Working in a diverse range of media including printmaking, photographic documentation, video installations and sculptural objects, Roch-Cuerrier’s practice takes form as a set of meticulous experimentations. Her work is a search for new encounters and unpredictable paths, driven by a desire to attain new realities through opportunities arising out of contingency and unintentional occurrences. Weaving together autobiographical elements and speculative narratives, her work is an investigation of the poetic structures that take form at the intersection of these newly constructed stories.