Nix Burox is a nonbinary trans artist based in Montreal. 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 have recently completed a BFA in Print Media at Concordia University 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 a research/creation residency at the Concordia Fine Arts Reading Room.

Burox is the 2018-19 recipient of the Don Phillips scholarship at Open Studio and will be starting their residency there in September of 2018.