Jamie Drouin (b. 1970) is a Canadian contemporary artist with works spanning photography, printmaking, sound, and installation.

Drouin’s diverse projects often evolve around varying definitions of landscape, and the relationships between natural and modified ecosystems. His artworks offer unique ways for us to perceive and connect to the land.

Drouin’s visual art has been the subject of solo exhibitions in Japan, Hong Kong, Canada, Germany, and Kazakhstan, while his sound-based artwork has been featured at international venues such as Henry Art Gallery, Biennial of the Americas, Mutek, and TodaysArt.

In 2001, Drouin co-founded Infrequency Editions with visual & sound artist Lance Austin Olsen as a platform for publishing their collaborative sound-focused works.

Jamie Drouin lives with his wife in Victoria, BC, traditional territory of the lək̓ʷəŋən peoples.


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