Michel Daigneault

Michel Daigneault’s art practice has for many years focused on Investigating what constitutes abstraction today and thereby exploring how abstraction relates to larger social forces. A key for understanding his recent work lies in what is unstated, but implied, in the titles, eg: It was once abstract.. and Don’t look at me like that! If […]

Barbara Balfour

Professor Balfour is a print media and interdisciplinary artist who has exhibited and given lectures across Canada, and in the USA, UK, France, Germany, Spain and China. She has been a member of two artist collectives, the Toronto based Spontaneous Combustion and the Montreal based Venus Fly Trap. In the field of professional printing, she […]

David Scott Armstrong

David Scott Armstrong is a print artist interested in the entwining of things, natural phenomena, and the act of looking. He explores qualities of perceptual and material threshold by folding together elements of printmaking, photography, and process-based serial drawing. His prints, drawings and bookworks have been exhibited nationally and internationally, in solo and group/juried exhibitions […]

Dan Adler

Professor Adler’s areas of research include the history of art writing, modern and contemporary sculpture, German modernism, Frankfurt School theory, conceptual art, and the theory and history of contemporary art. He teaches courses in 19th-, 20th-, and 21st-century art, with particular interests in 19th-century European painting, French and German Dada, and the development and reception […]

Kevin Yates

Professor Yates’ art practice and research revolves around creating sculpture which functions like film stills: objects that hold space like a “pause” so the viewer can examine and inspect them. He creates installation experiences which confound the expectation of knowing-through-seeing, setting the stage for a perpetual mystery. He is particularly interested in crime scenes, in […]

Brandon Vickerd

Brandon Vickerd is a sculptor whose site-specific interventions, public performances and object-based sculptures act as a catalyst for critical thought and engagement with the physical world. Purposely diverse, his studio work straddles the line between high and low culture, acting as a catalyst for critical thought and addressing the failed promise of a modernist future […]

Yvonne Singer

Professor Singer was born in Budapest, Hungary. She received a BA in English Literature at McGill and an MFA Honours from York University. She also studied at the Ontario College of Art and Design. Singer is a Professor in the Department of Visual Arts and the former Graduate Program Director in visual arts. Her community […]

Judith Schwarz

Professor Schwarz is a nationally-recognized artist whose work is found in public and private collections across Canada. She teaches sculpture and drawing at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, and has also developed and taught courses in feminist studio. Judith Schwarz has created several large-scale public commissions in Toronto and Vancouver that stress integration between […]

Nina Levitt

An artist working in photography, installation and video, Nina Levitt’s practice examines the representation of women in popular culture and often involves the recovery and manipulation of existing images. Her work has been recognized with dozens of grants including a SSHRC Research Creation Grant, and has been widely published and reviewed, including feature articles in Parachute #100 and Canadian […]

Yam Lau

Yam Lau’s creative work and research explore new expressions and qualities of space, time and image. His most recent works combine video and computer-generated animation to re-create familiar spaces in varied dimensionalities and perspectives. In addition to his new media work, he is actively involved in the local art community. Certain aspects of his practice, […]