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Houle (Blood) is an interdisciplinary media artist
whose work ranges from painting to drawing, video/film, mixed
media, performance, and installation. He is also a powwow dancer.
He works as a youth mentor teaching video production and art at
Métis Calgary Family Services in Calgary, Alberta. Houle
is the recipient of the Enbridge Emerging Artist Award given during
the Mayor's Luncheon of the City of Calgary in 2006. He performed
in the improv series "Diplomatic Immunities" during
the 2006 Enbridge playRites Festival of New Canadian Plays in
Calgary, Alberta. In 2004, his short The Wagon Burner won
the Best Experimental Film Award at the imagineNATIVE Film + Media
Arts Festival in Toronto, Ontario. Houle was a resident at the
Banff Centre for the Arts in 2003, producing work about colonization
and communion with thirty-three other indigenous artists from
Australia, Canada, Mexico, New Zealand, and the United States.
He received a BFA in Fibre from Alberta College of Art & Design
Presentado por NMAI
Fotográficos: Terrance Houle - gentileza