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Mireille PERRON was born in Montréal, Québec. Since 1982, her installations have appeared in solo and group exhibitions in Canada, Europe and the United States. She is the founder of the Laboratory of Feminist Pataphysics (LFP), which promotes social and collaborative experiments that masquerade as artworks/events. She has also written and published on a variety of subjects related to representation. Most recent examples of the range of her work include The Laboratory of Feminist Pataphysics presents Ateliers of the Near Future, 2010, a collaborative exhibition, Stride Gallery, Calgary; Utopic Impulses: Contemporary Ceramics Practice, Ronsdale Press, 2008, an anthology co-edited with Ruth Chambers and Amy Gogarty; Medical Tabulae: Visual Arts and Medical Representation, co-edited with Dr. Allister Neher, a thematic issue for RACAR vol.XXXlll, 1-2, 2008. Perron lives and works in Calgary, Alberta where she teaches at the Alberta College of Art + Design.