September - December 2007
Johanne Lamoureux, professor in the department of art history and film studies at the University of Montreal, has been widely published, most especially within the field of contemporary art history, criticism, and theory. She has curated several exhibitions in major Canadian museums and has contributed to an extensive list of prominent exhibition catalogues, book chapters, and journal articles. She is a joint contributor, with Donald Preziosi, of In the Aftermath of Art (London, 2005), and editor, with Christine Ross and Olivier Asselin, of the forthcoming Precarious Visualities (Montreal, 2008). She is editor-in-chief of the scholarly periodical Intermédialités. While at the Clark, Lamoureux will take up her investigation of how visual and literary re/presentations of meat construct a motif that is an emblematic locus of modernity.