Through various mediums - noble, recycled, molded, or assembled – Gosselin’s artistic manifesto is reflected in a desire to create in situ installations that are completed in relationship with the viewer. Technically her multidisciplinary facilities, punctuated with interventions, consist mainly of sculptures, conceptual or formal, and explore themes of space, emptiness, and immateriality. Her research is based on the premise of the interrelationship and interaction between the artwork and the observer. She is concerned with the functions of the art object in context with a topological or metric space - how it acts as a trigger or catalyst in our process of inquiry and actualization.
Gosselin’s multidisciplinary training began in elementary school, since she attended various alternative schools where music, dance, and visual arts were a dominant component of the curriculum. After graduating in the Sciences, letters and arts program of the Sherbrooke Cégep, she completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts with distinction at Bishop's University in 2009 followed by a Certificate in Visual Arts at the University of Sherbrooke. She has participated in several group exhibitions such as the 6ème Salon du printemps des artistes, des Cantons-de-L'Est at the Sherbrooke Museum of Fine Arts, the Salon of local and regional artists (2nd edition) at the Beaulne Museum of Coaticook, as well as various sculpture and printmaking exhibitions. She also presented her first solo exhibition, L’espace qui est in August 2011 at the Galerie Steve Saint-Pierre.