Caitlin Chaisson is an interdisciplinary artist, writer, and curator based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Her research-based practices intersect around questions pertaining to the body, the environment, and social systems. She is the founder of Far Afield, an artist-led initiative that supports rural and regionally-connected artistic and curatorial practices. Recent projects have been presented at Charles H. Scott Gallery (Vancouver, BC), Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity (Banff, AB), Unit/Pitt and Ranger Station Art Gallery (Harrison, BC). Her writing has been published in Espace Magazine (Montréal), Breach Magazine (Vancouver), Decoy Magazine (Vancouver), Relate North and Canadian Art.
She is the recipient of BC Arts Council and Canada Council for the Arts grants, a curatorial fellowship from Otis College of Art and Design and has participated in numerous residencies including “Geologic Time” at the Banff Centre