The Art of Being Human

“Music is the ultimate proof that humans are an advanced species”

Josée Drouin-Brisebois
Josée Drouin-Brisebois is a senior curator responsible for Canadian and international contemporary art at the National Gallery of Canada. She managed Canada’s role in two Venice Biennale exhibitions: Shary Boyle’s Music for Silence and Steven Shearer’s Exhume to Consume. Josée also co-curated A Moving Image and Misled by Nature: Contemporary Art and the Baroque at the Art Gallery of Alberta, as well as Spectral Landscape and The Shape of Things at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art.

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