Naomi Cook (b. 1982, lives and works in between Montreal and Paris) studied Art and Philosophy at Concordia University, Montreal. Her technique stems from an interest in engravings, sound, and visual representations of data. Her work has been featured in several group exhibitions in Montreal and abroad and some of her pieces were selected by Canadian Art as favourites of the 2015 edition of PAPIER Art Fair, Montreal. In 2016, she was in Paris at Récollets as part of the Résidences Croisées France-Québec. Most recently, she had a solo show Form and Fraction at Christie Contemporary in Toronto. She is currently in session with L’ENDA associated with the Biennale de Paris and she was just part of a group show at the World of Humanities Conference in 2017 in Liège, organized by IYGU, UNESCO, ICPHS and the Foundation for the MHC.