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Collaboration Residency

Douglas Coupland Collaboration Residency

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This project resulted in an original limited edition of hand printed screen prints produced in collaboration with Val Loewen and Ben Duncan at Malaspina’s studio on Granville Island (courtesy of Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto).

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Douglas Coupland is a novelist, visual artist and designer. He expresses what he sees in both low and high culture, technology and its impact on human evolution and our existence.

He became the voice of a generation with his 1991 novel, Generation X, and since then has published more than a dozen novels and short story collections as well as several works of nonfiction, including a 2010 biography of Marshall McLuhan. He has written and performed for England’s Royal Shakespeare Company and created a 13-episode TV series based on his novel, jPod.

An art school graduate, in recent years he amplified his visual art production and his work has been central to numerous international solo and group shows, including works in the exhibition ‘Electronic Superhighway’ at the Whitechapel Gallery, London, and Bit Rot at the Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art in Rotterdam, and Villa Stücke in Munich.

Coupland is a contributor to the New York Times, e-flux, DISonline, Artsy, Vice online and has a fortnightly column with the FT Weekend Magazine in London. In 2015-16, he spent two years as an artist in residence with the Google Cultural Institute in Paris. The Director of the Institute commented: “…he’s one of the most impactful people around. We just jumped at the opportunity.”

Coupland is a member of the Royal Canadian Academy, an Officer of the Order of Canada, and of the Order of British Columbia, a Chevlier de l’Order des Arts et des Lettres and receiver of the Lieutenant Governor’s Award for Literary Excellence.