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Visiting Artist Lecture with Dominique Petrin

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The Faculty of Creative and Critical studies at UBC Okanagan is pleased to announce a lecture by visual artist Dominique Petrin on Nov. 6, 2017 at 2:00pm, in UNC 106.

Dominique Pétrin is a multidisciplinary artist living and working in Montreal, Canada. A former member of the petrochemical rock band Les Georges Leningrad from 2000-2007, she also collaborated with such renowned artists as Sophie Calle, Pil & Galia Kollectiv (London) and recently choregraphers Antonija Livingstone (Berlin), Stephen Thompson (Paris) and Jennifer Lacey (Paris) in Culture & administration & trembling performance at Impulstanz (Vienna), FTA (Montreal), American Realness festival (New York) and Fierce (Birmingham). She was awarded an artist residency at the Banff Centre, OMI International Artist in residency Program representing Canada and in Nunavik by the Quebec Council for the Arts. She was selected for the Quebec Triennial at the Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art in 2012 and featured in Ailleurs en Folie Mons-Montreal in 2015 in Belgium. In 2014, she was longlisted for the Sobey Award. Her work has been exhibited across Canada, in France, United States, Belgium and United Kingdom. Her next exhibitions will occur at South of the tracks gallery in Chicago, Time Equities, New York and Grunt Gallery, Vancouver. She will also perform Culture & Administration & Trembling in Singapore and Rouyn-Noranda later this year. She is represented in Canada by antoine ertaskiran gallery.

www.dominiquepetrin.com
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