Michaela Bridgemohan is a Canadian visual artist of Australian and Jamaican descent. She is currently located in Mohkinstsis, also known as Calgary, Alberta. Her work fluctuates between a collaboration of drawings, sewing, photography, and sculpture as she tries to capture the transformative interactions associated with female biracial identity. Using her own body as a spectral, she explores Caribbean folklore to interpret personal narratives of “otherness”, hegemonic ideologies linked to racial dichotomy and the stoic nature associated with womanhood.