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Evelyne Leblanc-Roberge


Megan Metté


Evelyne Leblanc-Roberge is an artist, maker, and learner from Canada and currently Associate Professor of Art and Lens Based Media at the University of Rochester (Rochester, New York). Leblanc-Roberge has received grants from Canada Council for the Arts and the University of Rochester and participated in multiple artist-in-residence programs across continents to produce multifaceted and collaborative projects published as books, videos, zines, exhibitions, performances, and/or ephemeral installations. She earned her BFA in photography from Concordia University (Montreal, Canada) and her MFA in electronic integrated arts at Alfred University (Alfred, New York).

Megan Alexis Metté is a lens-based artist interested in examining the idea of home and what it takes to feel comfortable in contemporary society. She uses abstract imagery to question our expectations of ideal environments, and the things that we do to feel in control. Constantly interrogating her surroundings and making realizations along the way, she explores the space between the beautiful and the unsettling, the real and the fantastic, the nightmare and the daydream. Using the frame to embrace these contradictions, she reclaims the spaces and things around her, creating abstract canvases for our contemplation and making inert surfaces come to life.

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