Krystle Coughlin is a Selkirk First Nations artist and Indigenous feminist, with a primarily visual art practice. Coughlin’s artist practice draws upon her identity as an urban Indigenous woman. She is known to work with photography, painting, sculpture, video, installation, printmaking, textiles, and collage. Coughlin recently graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Art and a Bachelor of Arts from the Institute of Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice. Her work combines Indigenous philosophy and feminist theory, along with a contemporary art practice-often with a touch of humour.