David Duhamel is a MA student in art history at Université de Montréal. He completed his bachelor’s degree at UQÀM (Université du Québec à Montréal) in 2021. During his studies, he wrote an essay for the Laboratoire de recherche sur les oeuvres hypermédiatiques (ALN/NT2) on the work of boredomresearch. He has also taken part in various exhibitions by writing in booklets and catalogues. After having studied French literature for one year at UdeM, he is now beginning his master program. His research focuses primarily on interrelations between human and non-human animals, in Quebecois contemporary art.
keywords that highlight my research interests
contemporary art, Quebec, animal studies, speciesism, animal ethics in art, intersectionality
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