Artist, photographer and graphic designer, Angela Grauerholz is full professor at the École de Design at the Université du Québec à Montréal, where she has taught typography and photography since 1988. She recently completed a four year mandate as director of the Centre de design at UQAM. Her photographic work has been exhibited and collected widely (Canada, USA, Europe), and she has participated in many international events of distinction including the Sydney Biennale (1990), documenta IX (1992), the Carnegie International (1995) and the Montréal Biennale (2004). In 2006, she was awarded Québec’s Prix Paul-Émile Borduas for her accomplishments in the arts. Along with her purely photographic work, she has worked on different types of photographic archives, addressing notions of memory, of space and place, as well photographic representation.