Jayce Salloum has worked in installation, photography, video, performance and text since 1978, as well as curating and coordinating a vast array of cultural projects. He lives and works in Vancouver on unceded Xwmetskwíyem /xwməθkwe əm (Musqueam), Sḵw wú7mesh / sqw woʔməx (Squamish) + Selí witulh / səí wətaʔł (Tsleil-Waututh) land. Salloum’s practice aligns itself with social and political struggles through an intimate subjectivity and discursive challenge by engaging the personal, reconsidering notions of identity, community, history, boundaries, exile, the nation/state, and resistance.
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