Assistant Professor, Studio Art
Troy David Ouellette is an artist/researcher specializing in Assemblage theory, technology and conceptual art. Ouellette’s creative practice bridges electronics, new media, sound art, architecture and eco-design aesthetics. From 1999 until 2006 he was the Sculpture Facilitator at the Banff Centre for the Arts, in Banff Alberta, where he worked with First Nations and resident artists within an international context. His work has been included in several solo and group exhibitions in Canada, Australia and the United States.
Assemblage theory, Affect theory, Affordance, Actor Network theory, Object Oriented Ontology, Speculative Realism, Techno/Art/Science Collaboration
Digital Video, Sound Art, Digital Publishing and Imaging, Sensory Technology, Electronic Sculpture Experiments in Art and Technology, Center for Advanced Visual Studies, Systems Esthetics