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Jordan Elliott Prosser (b. 1991) is an interdisciplinary artist based in Toronto. His research-based practice uses auto-ethnographic and documentary strategies to explore ecological experience and the architecture of identity. With an interest in expanded documentary form his works move between sculpture, film, and their combinations in hybrid environments. Prosser has received a Master of Visual Studies from the University of Toronto, a Bachelor of Architectural Studies with Honours and distinction from the University of Waterloo, and studied philosophy at the European Graduate School. His work has been shown at The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, The Art Museum at the University of Toronto, Hearth Garage, and Crutch CAC. Currently he is a lecturer in architectural design and fine art at the University of Toronto.

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