About   Marc Losier is an artist based in Toronto, ON, and Western Newfoundland. His work examines the ways in which communities form and define their cultural memory through oral histories, images, and iconography.  Using photography and images, filmmaking, sound, objects, and installation, he provokes questions about the value of artworks and archival collections. His practice also includes a series of ongoing public installations that invite the audience to mobilize cumulative archives by leveraging social media feeds and publicly accessible collections through the appropriation and manipulation of these systems. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Photography, Installation and Social Practice in the Visual Arts program at Memorial University, NL.

About

Marc Losier is an artist based in Toronto, ON, and Western Newfoundland. His work examines the ways in which communities form and define their cultural memory through oral histories, images, and iconography.  Using photography and images, filmmaking, sound, objects, and installation, he provokes questions about the value of artworks and archival collections. His practice also includes a series of ongoing public installations that invite the audience to mobilize cumulative archives by leveraging social media feeds and publicly accessible collections through the appropriation and manipulation of these systems. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Photography, Installation and Social Practice in the Visual Arts program at Memorial University, NL.