Fehn Foss is an artist and writer whose practice examines the process of making and how larger political themes can be expressed through personal, quotidian gestures. In her visual practice, Foss works with photography and video as her means of investigation. In both her writing and visual works, she takes interest in capturing daily routines, and searching out the quiet aches that can lie underneath.
Foss lives and works in Hamilton, Canada. In 2018, two chapbooks of Foss’ poetry were released through Successful Press as well as in Issue 2 of Cross Process. A new body of her work was also previewed in the latest publication of The Vault zine. In 2017, she was the recipient of the First Edition Photo Book Award from the Ryerson Image Arts program, and in 2016 she received the SF Award in Photography. Foss holds a BFA in Photography from Ryerson University (2018). She has exhibited works in Hamilton, Toronto, and Montreal.