April 11, 2020 - September 21, 2020
Justin Langlois is an artist, educator, and organizer whose work addresses issues related to civic harmony and social welfare. Each project stems from a provocation of sorts which allows the community to respond and explore collaborative models and custodial frameworks as tools for gathering, learning, and making a space for both dialogue and affirmative action.
Justin Langlois will be visiting the Art Gallery of Grande Prairie from July 28th – 30th for programming related to his exhibition, our programs are alway FREE! More information to be released shortly.
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About The Artist
Justin Langlois is an artist, educator, and organizer. His practice explores collaborative structures, critical pedagogy, and infrastructural frameworks as tools for gathering, learning, and making. His work has been presented at the Centre Pompidou (Paris), the Museum of Contemporary Art (Toronto), Conflux New York, Nuit Blanche (Toronto), Creative Time Summit (Venice Biennale), Open Engagement (Pittsburgh), CAFKA (Kitchener), Art Souterrain (Montreal), Art Moves (Poland), Manif D’art Biennial (Quebec City), along with galleries and artist-run centres across Canada. His writing has been published in C Magazine, Canadian Art, the Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, Open Engagement, Curb Magazine, Scapegoat, and books including Artistic Approaches to Cultural Mapping (Routledge) and The Everyday Practice of Public Art (Routledge). He is currently the Associate Dean of the Master of Fine Arts program at Emily Carr University of Art and Design. He lives and works as an uninvited guest on unceded Coast Salish Territory in Vancouver, Canada.