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Lori Blondeau

Lori Blondeau is a performance artist and is based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and is a member of George Gordon First Nation. She is a PhD candidate at the University of Saskatchewan. She lectures at the U of S in the Art History Department. In 1994 Blondeau co-founded with Bradlee LaRocque Tribe, A Centre for Evolving Aboriginal Media, Visual and Performing Arts. 
 
Lori's work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. She remounted her performance We Want to be Just Like Barbie That Bitch has Everything for the group exhibition, The People's Plastic Princess, at The Walter Phillips Gallery in Banff, Canada (1998). She has collaborated with artists James Luna on a series of installations and a performance titled Dead Fall Revue (2000). Her current work is a series of three performance based on memory and home, displacement and decolonization. In 2006 Blondeau had a solo exhibition Grace at the Mendel Art Gallery in Saskatoon and 2007 at the Venice Biennale she was part of the Requickening project with Shelley Niro.
List of Works