Dan Hudson will discuss the processes and inspirations behind his multimedia works. Hudson’s art practice combines elements of documentary narrative, scientific investigation, and personal journal as a way to connect everyday life with astronomical cycles and concepts of time.
Hudson is a Canadian visual artist working with various media including painting, photography, video and installation. His project-based practice uses cross disciplinary methodologies to explore concepts of time and the relationship between contemporary culture and the natural world.
Hudson has a BFA with honours from York University (Toronto, Canada), studied anthropology at UCSD (California, USA), and attended art residencies in Banff, Yukon, Berlin and Leipzig. He regularly exhibits in group and solo exhibitions throughout North America and Europe.