University of Calgary

Jean-René Leblanc

  • Associate Professor

Currently Teaching

 F2021 - ART 235 - Introduction to Photographyand Digital Imaging
 F2021 - ART 561 - Honours Studio Research I
 F2021 - ART 611 - Research Methods in Art
LEC 1W 15:00 - 17:45
AB 628
 F2021 - ART 661.01 - Advanced Studio Practice I
 F2021 - ART 661.03 - Advanced Studio Practice III



Jean-René Leblanc is professor of digital arts at the University of Calgary in Canada. He is co-founder of the Sensorium Lab a cross-disciplinary research group focusing on research that develops systems of interaction that encourage kinesthetic perception and interpretation.

He was born in Montréal in 1967, and attended Concordia University, which he left in 1993 with a Bachelor in Studio Arts. In 1996, he graduated from the University of Windsor Ontario with a Masters of Fine Art in Multimedia and Photography and has recently completed a PhD in study and practice of art from the Université du Québec à Montréal.

His doctoral dissertation entitled Techno-Ramboys: pixel identity or digital technology at the service of postgenderism is a reflection on the challenge posed by techno-culture in creative research. Mr. Leblanc’s Art works have been exhibited in Canada, the United States of America and Europe.

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