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Betrayal at Babylon

Betrayal at Babylon

Eco-tourism/Surfing

Eco-tourism/Surfing

Sunken Histories

Sunken Histories

Sci-Fi/Fan Culture

Sci-Fi/Fan Culture

Rattlesnake Island

Rattlesnake Island

Partially Buried

Partially Buried

Street Culture

Street Culture

The Trials of Wong Foon Sing

The Trials of Wong Foon Sing

Bio

Keith Langergraber received his BFA from the University of Victoria and his MFA from the University of British Columbia. He has exhibited extensively in solo and group shows in galleries in Canada, the United States, and Asia since 1995. He has received many grants and awards for his work on the leading edge of Canadian Art, including being nominated for the Sobey Award in 2009. Keith has taught at the University of British Columbia, Emily Carr University, and North Island College. In 2005 he was selected to represent Emily Carr at the Canadian Art Colleges Collaborative Banff Residency, Media and Visual Arts. His art work grows from an interest in social, cultural, and political change found through scrutiny of a selected site. His exhibitions consist of the accumulation and reconstitution of information through the peeling back of layers of the vernacular landscape.