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Gillian Dykeman

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Dispatches from the Feminist Utopian Future, 2016 Video © Gillian Dykeman
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Documentation of Moon installation, 2016 Paper Maché, Video Projection © Gillian Dykeman, photo credit Jesse Boles
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Saint John, NB, Canada
Lives in
New Brunswick
Works in
Video / Performance / Sculpture / Drawing / Installation / Watercolour
Schools
NSCAD, 2010, BFA
The University of Toronto, 2016, MVS
Representing galleries
DNA Artspace, ON, London
Gillian Dykeman Bio

Gillian Dykeman is a Canadian artist. Her artistic research is currently focused on latent radical potentials within the everyday, and the sexual politics of landscape. She works through and intersectional feminist and post-colonial framework. Dykeman seeks inroads to subjectivity and agency by working across mediums and disciplines such as performance, sound, installation, and art criticism. Her work has been exhibited nationally and abroad, and she is the host and producer of Working (it) Out, the ArtSlant podcast. She graduated in 2016 with a Masters in Visual Culture from the University of Toronto, and has a BFA from NSCAD University. She is the executive director to ArtsLink NB, a non-profit arts advocacy organization for the province of New Brunswick.