Photograph by Lehna Malmkvist
Jamie Drouin (b.1970) is a Canadian visual artist and sound composer. His ecology-focused projects of the last 20 years, incorporating photography, sound, and installation, have explored electronic noise pollution, the climate crisis, and the impacts of industrial modifications to our landscapes.
Drouin’s work has been featured at international venues such as Henry Art Gallery (US), Biennial of the Americas (USA), Mutek (CA), TodaysArt (NL), and Sonica (Sl), with solo exhibitions in Canada, US, Germany, Hong Kong, Kazakhstan, and Japan. He has been the recipient of grants from both the Canada Council for the Arts, and the British Columbia Arts Council.
In addition to collaborating with international artists such as Lucio Capece, Johnny Chang, Crys Cole, Hannes Lingens, John Tilbury, and Sabine Vogel, Drouin’s primary collaborative artistic partner since 1997 has been the painter and sound artist Lance Austin Olsen. Together, they have co-produced numerous exhibitions, performances, and albums, as well as co-curating Infrequency Editions.
Recorded works have been published by labels including Another Timbre, Caduc, Infrequency Editions, Intonema, and Mikroton.
Jamie Drouin is based in Victoria, BC | lək̓ʷəŋən Traditional Territory
info (at) jamiedrouin (dot) com
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