Kevin Hubbard is a research based transdisciplinary visual artist, designer, and critical systems thinker. He is a graduate of the Emily Carr University of Art and Design and the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. Through interrogation and dissection his work explores the cyclicality of human folly and mankind’s attempts and failures to escape suffering. He has had exhibitions at 304 Days Gallery, the Firehall Arts Centre, and conceived and coordinated the artist/curatorial project MERKINtile at the 221A Artist Run Centre in Vancouver, BC. He is a past recipient of the Governor General’s Silver Medal, A BC Arts Council Achievement Award, the Helen Pitt Award, and the Alvin Balkind Memorial Scholarship. Blurring the boundaries between life and artistic practice, he co-managed a meditation centre where Vipassana meditation is practiced which is a technique that promises to eradicate suffering through a process of self-purification by self-observation. Its aims are the highest spiritual goals of total liberation and full enlightenment. He currently lives and works in Toronto Ontario.
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