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Lauren Fournier

Lauren Fournier is a writer, curator and artist from Treaty 4 lands, Saskatchewan. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto, where she is extending her research on autotheory to issues of settler colonialisms and class.
In Your Face
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Our Collective Nervous System
Finding Space for “Neutral Ground”

Finding Space for “Neutral Ground”

Regina’s first artist-run centre began as a tiny raft on the waters of Wascana Lake. Today, precarity and politics still feature in its artist-run scene.

“Material Girls” Takes up Space at the Dunlop

“Material Girls” Takes up Space at the Dunlop

At the Dunlop Art Gallery in Regina, feminist art forgoes body-oriented approaches to embrace colourful and materially lush work that fills the gallery.