Alexis Bulman is a Prince Edward Island born artist and a 2013 BFA graduate of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University. In 2017 Bulman moved to Montréal, where she established herself as an artist. Here, Bulman employs her artistic training by assuming the role of a facilitator and builder of art installations, sculptures and video works that translate the patterns of her physical movement and bodily occupation of space into visual form. Motivated by her disability, an underlying objective in Bulman’s art practice is the creation of inclusive and immersive art that gives visibility to invisible disabilities.
Bulman has exhibited most notably with The Confederation Centre Art Gallery (Charlottetown, PEI), The Robert McLaughlin Gallery (Oshawa, ON) and the Glasgow School of Art (Scotland, UK). Bulman also had the opportunity to exhibit during Flotilla, The 2017 biennial gathering of artist run centres, and has received support from the Canada Council of the Arts.