Raymond Boisjoly

Raymond Boisjoly (b. 1981) is an Indigenous artist of Haida and Québécois descent who lives and works in Vancouver. He has exhibited extensively across Canada and internationally in both solo and group exhibitions. Boisjoly investigates the ways images, objects, materials and language continue to define Indigenous art and artists, with particular attention to colonial contexts. In 2016 he was a recipient of the VIVA Award, presented by the Jack and Doris Shadbolt Foundation for the Visual Arts, Vancouver and is one of the five artists shortlisted for the 2017 Sobey Art Award. Boisjoly is an Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Studio in the Department of Visual Art and Material Practice at Emily Carr University of Art and Design. He is represented by Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver.

Raymond Boisjoly, Station to Station (image detail, 1 of 5 prints), 2014
5 screen resolution LightJet prints mounted on dibond
Each 45.75 x 61 cm
Courtesy of the artist and Catriona Jeffries Gallery, Vancouver

Raymond Boisjoly
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