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Year Created

2008

Year Acquired

2010

Surfaces

Paper

Cultures

Canadian

Medium

Inkjet print, Digital print

Art Forms

Photograph

Untitled (Graz-Koppling-Barnbach-79/92/100)

by: Mathieu Léger


Small mleger2016square5x5 300dpi Mathieu Léger
Mathieu Léger hails from the Maritime region of Eastern Canada. Serial artist-in-residence, he has participated in more than 70 artists' residencies. Léger holds a Bachelor of Arts (Literature / Fine Art - Université de Moncton, 01998). His work reflects on ideas surrounding wilderness, geological time, and process-related activities of the natural world. Scouring time, place, and space, his projects are delivered through performance, textworks, photography, and video/sound installations. He is currently developing several long-term projects that investigate the physicality of spatial awareness through performance, sound, and image. He shares his time between far away places and Moncton.

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