Terrance Houle (1975–) is an interdisciplinary media artist and member of the Kainai Nation (Blood Tribe) who lives and works in Calgary. Involved with Aboriginal communities, he travels to reservations throughout North America participating in pow-wow dancing and Indigenous ceremonies. In his practice, he reflects on Indigenous and non-Indigenous conceptions through performance, photography, video, music, and various tools of mass dissemination. His work has been presented in Canada, the United States, Australia, the UK, and Europe, with exhibitions including Ghost Days, L’Écart (Rouyn-Noranda, 2016); NILWLNA, Urban Shaman Gallery (Winnipeg, 2015); and Rebel Yell, FOFA Gallery (Montréal, 2015). He received the award for best experimental film at the Toronto imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival in 2004 and the Enbridge Emerging Artist Award in 2006.
MOMENTA | Biennale de l'image. What Does the Image Stand For?
2017.09.07 - 10.15
Focusing on the theme What Does the Image Stand For? proposed by guest curator Ami Barak, the 2017 edition of MOMENTA | Biennale de l’image will be presented in collaboration with VOX and Galerie de l’UQAM…Read more