Born in North Dakota, of Mi'kmaw|French descent, Carolyn Doucette is a member of the Métis Nation of Maine and is an American multidisciplinary artist holding a BFA from the University of Victoria, Canada (2004). Her work has shown and screened at art galleries and film festivals in the US, Canada and Europe. Her work and research concerns the connection between humans and nature, the ecological implications of a nature/culture dichotomy in Western thought paradigms and the natural world vs. the "sublime" or "picturesque" landscape. She lives in Oracle, AZ and is currently working on a series of altered photographs symbolizing the human presence in nature and our effect on the natural world.
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