BAMF on display at Latitude 53 from February 8 - April 27, 2019.
Zachary Ayotte’s work considers bodies and their ability to contain complex and conflicting histories, both personal and social. He uses photography to give presence to the invisible, allowing memories, emotions and power shifts to create physical echoes in body and space. Grounded in the body's relationship to uncertainty, his work reveals a pervading tension between the mutable aspects of individuals and their environment. Ayotte is drawn to intimate and vulnerable settings, which often manifest in his work as domestic or nocturnal spaces. Through careful attention to light and form, his images exist in a place between imagined and perceived realities.
In 2012, he self-published At the Same Time with five other artists in Canada and the United Kingdom. He has had solo exhibitions at Latitude 53 and SNAP-Society of Northern Alberta Print Artists in Edmonton, AB, as well as a duo exhibition with Nulle Part at the Art Gallery of Alberta.
He lives in Edmonton, AB.
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