Faculty, First Year
Kathleen Ritter is a Canadian artist currently based Paris. She was an artist in residence at La Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, in 2013, as a recipient of the Canada Council for the Arts International Residencies Program in Visual Arts. Her art practice broadly explores questions of visibility, especially in relation to systems of power, language and technology. Recent exhibitions took place at Access Gallery, Vancouver; G Gallery, Toronto, and Battat Contemporary, Montréal.
In addition, Ritter has lectured and published on topics in contemporary art nationally and internationally, with texts appearing in numerous catalogues and journals, including ESSE, Open Letter, C Magazine, Prefix Photo, and Fillip. She written on the work of Mark Manders, Pierre Huyghe, Althea Thauberger, Colette Urban, Rachel Harrison, Derek Sullivan, Ian Wallace and Ai Weiwei, to name a few, and on subjects as diverse as hip hop, precarious labour, public art, revolution and visual perception.
Drawing Concepts (Fall 2019)
Integrative Studio 1 (Fall 2019)
Integrative Studio 2