Zachary Ayotte is a Canadian artist and photographer.
He lives in Edmonton, AB.
I am interested in how we engage with form across space. For me, the idea of an asymptote (two lines that approach each other but never touch) acts as a persistent metaphor for thinking about the intimate distance that persists between two points. I use mediums that avoid direct physical contact, opting instead for forms of mark-making that rely on light, sound and movement in space. My work often centres on the body as a form that is hidden, disappearing, confounding or absent.
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