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WhiteFeather Hunter is a multiple award-winning Canadian artist and scholar, as well as an educator, arts administrator, curator and writer. She holds an MFA in Fibres and Material Practices from Concordia University (Montreal, Canada) and is currently a PhD researcher, Australian Government Commonwealth Scholar and University of Western Australia Postgraduate Scholar. She presents her work internationally, most recently at Ars Electronica (AT), transmediale (DE), University of the Arts Helsinki (FI), KIKK Festival (BE), Iceland Academy of the Arts (IS) and various North American cities.
WhiteFeather positions her bioart practice within the context of craft and feminist witchcraft, via material investigations of the aesthetic and technological potential of bodily and vital materials. She also hacks/builds electronics, uses web-based platforms to generate new mythologies, works in narrative video, and performance as embodied research.
- Creative Arts
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