Claude Latour

Harbour Collective would like to honour Claude Latour by presenting “After the Climax” Mixed media from the Yellow House Series 24″x16″ June 5th, 2022.

Over the past three decades, Claude has created works of art in various mediums and defines himself as a multidisciplinary artist. Since 2013, he has been working on a self directed body of work entitled, “The Yellow House Series” comprised of thirteen 11”x 14” sketch books employing the act of automatic drawing using black Indian ink on paper. Using photography, the images are abstracted from eleven books thus far created with the goal of honouring the thirteen moons all in good time representing our sacred traditional annual cycle of life. “After the Climax” is an abstract from one of those many pages.

He is presently working in collaboration with Harbour Collective dancing in  the world of NFT’s and the administration of the Blockchain universe.

Claude Latour was born and raised in Ottawa, Ontario with mixed Euro/Anishinabe/Kanyen’kéha descent and through his mother’s bloodline, is a band member of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg of the Algonquin Nation, Bear Clan.

Claude obtained his Diploma of Fine Arts from Heritage College in Hull, Quebec. With the present Bill 96, he never would have graduated. In 2001, he received his BFA from the University of Ottawa.

For more information on Harbour Collective’s LAB Series, COASTLINE: Introduction and development of artificial intelligence (AI) and Non-Fungible Tokens for Indigenous visual artists and moving image-makers, by visiting the LAB Series page Coastline: AI NFT.

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