Josée Aubin Ouellette

Josée Aubin Ouellette (b. 1986, Canada) lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland.

Ouellette is working towards expanding her material practice to encompass writing and performance. In search of a materialist approach that integrates subjective and material experience, her recent projects aim to create embodied situations in which the body and objects co-operate in a performative exhibition setting. Ouellette holds a BFA in Painting from the University of Alberta (2007) and an MFA from the Glasgow School of Art (2012.) She has participated in residencies at The Banff Centre and The Gushul Studios. She is the recipient of the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Emerging Artist Award (2013) and the Edmonton Artists Trust Fund Award (2012). This is her first solo exhibition in the UK.

Solo shows include: MILK, Harcourt House Gallery, Edmonton (2014).

Group shows include: Sick Room, Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art, Alberta, Canada (2015); There is no There, Hamilton Artists Inc (2015); Stage Hand Tropismes for Skirt the parlour and shun the zoo…, Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, Canada (2013). She mounted a solo exhibition, MILK, at Harcourt House (Edmonton) in 2014.

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