Currently based in Tiohtià:ke / Montréal, Francisco Gonzalez-Rosas is a performance and new media artist born in Chile. Their creative research revolves around the constant mediation of reality as well as the way in which image-making is intermingled with contemporary life, technology and networked media.

In this context, performance becomes a generative device from where to approach the work at the studio rather than an end in itself. Within this framework, Francisco produces expanded video installations, soundscapes and video works that offer an intimate yet critical inquiry about technology, politics and their intersection with the body and body-like digital supplements.

He holds a Master in Fine Arts in Intermedia, from Concordia University, Montreal and a BA in Acting from Finis Terrae University, Santiago, Chile. His work has been presented internationally.

Current & up-coming:

“Proximity, Pleasure, Plasticity: Performance and Image”


April 2022

Montreal, QC, Canada

“PERF (Ré)agir / (Re)act, Performance Biennial”


September, 2021

Curated by Anna Khimasia & Thomas Grondin

Gatineau, QC, Canada

“Ne dis à personne ce qu’on fait quand je me sens seul.e”

Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Salon des Émergents,  

Curated by Eunice Bélidor

April 28th – May 30th, 2021

Montreal, QC, Canada

“Measures of Motion”

Pleasure Dome

Curated by Jennifer Laiwint

May 26th – June 2nd (online)

Toronto, ON, Canada

SBC Gallery, Permeable Lines Residency

January 18th – March 6th, 2021

Montreal, QC, Canada