BAMF on display at Latitude 53 from February 8 - April 27, 2019.
Zachary Ayotte was born in Yellowknife, NT in 1981. He graduated from the University of Alberta in 2004 and went on to study photography at the North Alberta Institute of Technology.
His work is interested in the relationship between what is seen and what is invisible. He uses bodies and spaces to explore power and repression in various forms. Often focused on singular figures in dark or intimate surroundings, Ayotte uses the nature of the photographic image to limits the viewer's access to information. Through the use of minimal compositions his work draws attention to the bounds of seeing.
In 2012, he helped self-publish At the Same Time with five other artists in Canada and the United Kingdom. He has exhibited work at the Art Gallery of Alberta, Latitude 53, SNAP gallery and as part of the Contact photography festival.
He lives in Edmonton, AB.
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