Joshua Vettivelu is an artist, programmer, and educator working within sculpture, video, installation, and performance. Their work explores how larger frameworks of power manifest within intimate relationships. Recently their practice examines the tensions that emerge when personal experiences are mined for art production, and how this allows institutions to posture and position themselves as self-reflexive. Currently, Vettivelu teaches in the faculty of Art and Continuing Education at OCADU, is the Director of Programming of Whippersnapper Gallery, and sits on the National Board of Directors of CARFAC.
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