Art Now! Speakers' Series: Paul Walde
Paul Walde is an intermedia artist, composer, and curator. Walde’s work suggests unexpected interconnections between landscape, identity, and technology.
Paul Walde is an intermedia artist, composer, and curator. Walde’s work suggests unexpected interconnections between landscape, identity, and technology. Recent exhibitions of his work include: The View from Up Here at the Anchorage Museum (2016), Nature’s Handmade at Museum London (2015) and All Together Now at the University of Toronto Art Centre (2014). Walde is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario (BFA) and New York University (MA).
In 2012 he relocated to Victoria, British Columbia, where he is Associate Professor of Visual Arts and Department Chair at the University of Victoria. Walde is a founding member of Audio Lodge, a Canadian sound art collective and EMU Experimental Music Unit a Victoria-based sound ensemble.
The Fall 2016 Art Now Speakers' Series is organized and curated by Professor Susan Edelstein as a component of ongoing academic offerings in the Department of Visual Arts at Western University. The Series is generously supported by The Faculty of Arts and Humanities and presented with the Artlab Gallery.