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Lucie Lederhendler

Curatorat Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba
Focus area: Analog, Art History, Art Theory, Critical Theory, Biology, Climate, Atmospheric Science, Ecology, Environment, Environmental Art, Eco Art, Land Art, Geography, Geo-Locative, Mapping, Geoscience, Geology, Marine, Ocean Science, Math, Math Theory, Performance Art, Theater Studies, Public Art, Sociology, STEAM, Pedagogy, Education, Urban Planning, Built Environment, Video, Film

Lucie Lederhendler is a writer, curator, and artist of Yiddish and settler ancestry currently located in Brandon, Treaty Two Territory, Manitoba, Canada. She is the curator at the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba (AGSM), and a lecturer at Brandon University.  She has a background in performing arts and a masters in Art Education, and has been published in Canadian Art Teacher magazine and Quebec Heritage magazine. Her environment-based artworks have been included in several shows. Originally from a scenic village in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Lucie is currently fixated on the ocean and the imaginaries that inhabit it.

Journal Articles:
Special Section: Leonardo Abstracts Service: Top-Rated LABS Abstracts 2019

Of Ice Shields, Oceans, and Train Yards: Research-Creation Toward Mythological Contact with a Feral Terrain

October 2020