Supervisory committee: Dr. Cynthia Hammond
Angie Arsenault is an artist/researcher and currently a student in the HUMA PhD Program at Concordia University where she focuses on fine art, deindustrialization and oral history. Angie is from the former industrial island of Cape Breton and much of her art practise and research uses memory, material culture and storytelling to examine life in and around ruination through sculpture, installation and performance. She holds both a BFA (2004) and MFA (2017) from NSCAD University. Angie is also a trained goldsmith (VCC 2009) and was the sole proprietor of a fine jewellery business for six years.