Alessia Signorino is an Italo-Argentinian that currently calls Tio’tia:ke/Montreal home. She graduated in Design with a Minor in Computation Arts from Concordia University. Through her art practice, she strives to create new platforms for human connection and empathy. By creating opportunities for sharing moments together, her artworks celebrate playfulness, curiosity, heritage and the human psyche. Her interdisciplinary artistic practice spans from object-making in various mediums such as wood, metal, textiles and digital fabrication, in addition to circuitry, programming and graphic design. Her work has been exhibited in VAV Art Gallery, the Design and Computation Arts Year End Show and published in Interfold Magazine. Signorino is the recipient of a 2019 Elspeth McConnell Fine Arts Award.