Nix Burox is a nonbinary trans artist and maker living in Toronto. Interested in process-oriented art, their work references archiving practices and takes the form of modular interactive art-objects such as sets of cards, artist books, and installations. Using autobiography as a tool to discuss issues of identity and mental health, Burox is interested in queer and small press initiatives, and was a founding member of the Concordia Queer Print Club.
They completed their BFA in Print Media at Concordia University in 2018, and are the 2017 recipient of the Wendy Simon award. They have participated in a number of exhibitions and residencies, including a collaborative residency at Gravity Press Experimental Print Shop in Massachusetts and most recently the 2018-19 Don Phillips scholarship residency at Open Studio. They had their first solo show at Open Studio, in February 2020.