Lois Andison

b. Smiths Falls, ON.

Lois Andison’s kinetic sculptures/installations investigate the intersection of technology, nature and the body. Using movement to initiate an exchange with the viewer, Andison’s work poetically explores social and technological concerns through the construction of the hybrid art object. Lois received her BFA (Honours) from York University in 1990 graduating First Class with Distinction. Exhibiting nationally and internationally, her sculptural installations have been shown in Toronto, Montreal, Lethbridge, New York, Washington and Mexico City. She has received numerous grants and awards and her work is held in both private and corporate collections. Lois lives in Toronto and currently teaches Design at Sheridan College for the University of Toronto’s, Art and Art History Program.

Curriculum Vitae

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Réaction programmée

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