Mikiki is a queer video and performance artist from Newfoundland. They attended NSCAD and Concordia before returning to St. John's to work as programming coordinator at Eastern Edge Gallery. They later moved to Calgary to work as the director of TRUCK Gallery. Their work has been presented throughout Canada in self-produced interventions, artist-run centres and public galleries. Their practice and political history informed a shift into sexual health education work around 2003. Mikiki has since worked as a sexuality educator in Calgary's public schools, a bathhouse attendant, in Saskatoon, drag queen karaoke hostess in St. John's all informing their work in Gay Men's Health. Mikiki has done bathhouse outreach in Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto recently, working for Toronto People With AIDS Foundation and now runs a street outreach team for a community health centre and conducts HIV rapid testing.

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