How Vegan Are You? March 17, 2015

For this event we set up a camera and computer in the Abe Rogatnick Media Gallery, Emily Carr University, and invited people to participate in a photoshoot. We asked them, “How Vegan Are You?”

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About author
Julie Andreyev is an artist whose recent area of practice called Animal Lover, www.animallover.ca, explores animal creativity and communication through modes of interspecies collaboration and multi-species technologies. Her work has been shown around the world, and is supported by The Canada Council for the Arts, and The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. She is Associate Professor at Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Vancouver, and leads on the research project Wild Empathy.
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