Amanda Fauteux is an interdisciplinary artist who lives within the traditional territory of Mi’kma’ki known as Sackville, New Brunswick, and Aotearoa New Zealand. Her practice is research-driven and develops through site-specific and responsive methodologies. In 2019 she began an ongoing collaboration with her partner Miranda Bellamy. Fauteux has participated in exhibitions, screenings, residencies, and festivals since 2006.
“Miranda Bellamy + Amanda Fauteux at the Owens Art Gallery, Sackville”, Jon Claytor, Akimbo.ca, June 2022. https://akimbo.ca/akimblog/miranda-bellamy-amanda-fauteux-at-owens-art-gallery-sackville/
“The Weight of Wood: Amanda Fauteux & Miranda Bellamy at the 2022 Art Fair”, Don Abbot, Art New Zealand, ISSUE 180 SUMMER 2021-22
“Art Seen”, James Dignan, Otago Daily Times, June 3, 2021, https://www.odt.co.nz/entertainment/arts/art-seen-june-3
“Becoming-timber”, Bridie Lonie, Blue Oyster Art Project Space, June 2021, https://blueoyster.org.nz/writing/writing/becoming-timber/
“Moving and Listening in Relation to Trees and ‘A Wardian Case’”, Bruce E Phillips, May 2021. https://bruceephillips.com/writing/moving-and-listening