The Institute for Future Life Regression

Dustin Wilson
MFA thesis exhibition

August 27 - 31, 2013

The exhibition of The Institute for Future Life Regression is a didactic display offering models of future historical narratives. These models are contingent on data produced through a fictitious futurological research practice. It is process based mode of art production which is itself a parodic model of research and didacticism.

Dustin Wilson (b. 1983, New Brunswick, Canada) is an MFA candidate at the University of Guelph. He received his BFA from Mount Allison University in 2006. Recently, Dustin has been featured on the cover of BlackFlash Mag. He has had solo exhibitions at Skol Gallery (Montreal), AKA Gallery (Saskatoon), Modern Fuel Gallery (Kingston) and has been featured in group exhibitions at Eastern Edge Gallery (Saint John's), SBC Gallery (Montreal) and Olga Korper Gallery (Toronto). Dustin currently lives and works in Toronto.

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