Wilson, D'Arcy

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Wilson, D'Arcy

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D’Arcy Wilson is an Atlantic Canadian artist whose work laments past and ongoing colonial interactions with the natural world, from her own perspective as a descendent of European settlers in Canada. Her interdisciplinary work has been presented across the country, most recently at Dalhousie University Art Gallery (2019), The Beaverbrook Art Gallery (2018), The Rooms Art Gallery (2019) the Owens Art Gallery (2016), and the 2019 Bonavista Biennale (Floe), as well as M:ST, Flotilla, and Connexion ARC. In 2019, she was shortlisted for the Sobey Art Award (Atlantic). D’Arcy is based in Corner Brook, NL, where she is Assistant Professor in the Visual Arts Program at Memorial University of Newfoundland, Grenfell Campus.


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