Randall Anderson has exhibited and performed in Canada and
internationally. His new work addresses how we move through the world of information
and its impact on our sense of selves. He writes regularly for Canadian Art,
Border Crossings, and Flash Art International.
Andrew Dutkewych is the Concordia MFA Program Director and
Professor of Sculpture. His interests and creative research are based in the
traditions of materials and sculptural language. Along with gallery exhibitions,
he has also executed a number of works for public spaces.
Writer and critic John K. Grande's books include Art and
Nature, Intertwining: Landscape, Technology, Issues, Artists
and Jouer avec le feu: Armand Vaillancourt: Sculpteur engage. His reviews
and feature articles have been published extensively in Artforum, Vice
Versa, Sculpture, Art Papers, Espace Sculpture,
Vie des Arts, among numerous other specialist publications.
Anne Ramsden is a multi-disciplinary artist and Professor
at UQAM’s École des arts visuels et médiatiques. At once
intellectual and emotional, her work of the last twenty years, executed in a
variety of media, has explored ideas and themes such as subject formation, museums,
archives, found objects, consumerism and the everyday.