Erin Siddall is a visual artist whose work interrogates the viewer into thinking about looking rather than what they are looking at. Her work investigates interactions between the body and machines that mediate or alter perception. Siddall’s work creates a blurred overlap of digital and analogue interfaces, revealing the uneasy space between the body and apparatuses.

Siddall holds a BMA from Emily Carr University of Art + Design and an MFA from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, and has screened and shown in galleries and festivals in Vancouver such as the Vancouver Art Gallery, Access Gallery, Satellite Gallery, Helen and Morris Belkin Art Gallery, Gallery 295, CSA Space, Malaspina Printmakers, Western Front, Winsor Gallery, and the Burrard Art Foundation Studio, as well as Nuit Blanche Festival Saskatoon.

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