Ellen Belshaw is a curator, editor and writer based in Tio’tia:ké/Montréal. Their artistic interests lie in the complexity of relationships, both interpersonal and with the world around us, and their research interests revolve around the affective and perceptual experiences of art. Belshaw received a BFA in Art History and Photography from Concordia University in 2015, and has been on the board of administrators for Ada X (fka Studio XX) since the same year. They have curated two exhibitions, both in Tio’tia:ké/Montréal: the 2018 group show What we all knew but couldn’t articulate at the FoFA Gallery (featuring the Mexico City-based artists Armando Rosales, Rogelio Sosa, Lorena Mal, Marcela Armas and Daniel Monroy Cuevas), and the 2019 solo exhibition of Gabriel Peña Tijerina’s doctoral research, more, at TAP Art Space. They are currently pursuing a master’s degree in Information Studies at McGill University.