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Laura De Decker

Laura De Decker is a graduate of the Art and Art History program between the University of Toronto and Sheridan College, and MFA program in Visual Arts, University of Victoria where she started to write computer programs to have control over the colours in her artworks. She is a former member of the Red Head Gallery. She has taught at her alma mater and has been a panelist at Banff New Media Institute, ISEA2014 in Dubai, and at OCADU. She was artist-in-residence for CAFKA (Contemporary Art Forum for Kitchener + Area)/Christie Digital and for Institute for Quantum Computing, University of Waterloo. She has been the recipient of numerous Canada Council and Ontario Arts Council grants. She published an article in the Journal of Mathematics and the Arts called Quantum Catwalk about her 50-foot by 7-foot laser-cut vinyl installation at Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics. She was a finalist for Delimit Virtual Public Art Competition, Varley Art Gallery, Markham, Ontario in 2020.

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