or Mona Lisa's invisible aura
WAR FLOWERS (2017-2021)
International Touring Art Exhibition
My life at the Textile (2017-2020) 
Hymn to the weavers
Permanent In Situ Art Installation (2017)

March 22, 2020  I CCA, (Canadian Center for Architecture) 38e FIFA - The International Festival of Films on Art
«SFUMATO INVISIBILE or  Mona Lisa's Invisible Aura»
Interview with the artist perfumer Alexandra Bachand and the Film Director Eric Delbaere
> February 12, 2020 I McCord Museum - Fashion at the Museum
Perfumes from here, animated by Stéphane Le Duc
Interview with perfumers Alexandra Bachand (La Grange du Parfumeur),
Isabelle Michaud, Julie S. Jones

> November 7, 2019 I Cultural Center of the Université de Sherbrooke - Danse Series
Event After-bubble

Alexandra Bachand I In front of the public, a "live" writing creation - sketching of a perfume inspired by Virginie Brunelle's "Les corps avalés" show

> May 4, 2019 I  Experimental Scent Summit 2019, Amsterdam I  Curated by The Institute for Art and Olfaction + Smell Lab Berlin

Alexandra Bachand I The Immersive Art Through Historic Scent Recreation 

 March 11, 2019 I Chateau Ramezay Museum, Montreal
Alexandra Bachand I WAR Flowers: an immersive and olfactory narration through the artistry of scent

Alexandra Bachand is a graduate in perfumery and has been a student of indie perfumers in France and the United States. She has a background in computer graphics and multimedia, a certificate in visual arts, as well as a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Bishops University in Lennoxville.

Her artistic approach is based on the art of perfume, which she formulates and designs within installations as a major art medium. Her work seeks to convey an immersive narrative through history in order to pay tribute to the past. The process of writing the perfume is thus fundamental, conveying all the work of emotionality of the artist. This excludes any perspective of a simple odorization. The artistic work is the perfume itself created by the creator. This medium implies a long period of writing, then composition of the perfume made exclusively by the artist, in order to transmit all the authenticity necessary to convey a narrative framework in all its emotionality. Alexandra draws on historical research to compose the perfume, like olfactory artifacts with the intention of communicating a symbolic dimension imbued with poetry.

«The most striking quality of the perfume is to carry us through memories and time. Guided by emotions, olfaction awakes memory and allows a trip otherwise impossible.»
- Alexandra

WAR Flowers exhibition : interview with Viveka Melki and Alexandra Bachand, artist and perfumer of the exhibition, curator of the olfactory art component.