Shelley Ouellet was born in Edmonton in 1964, grew up in Red Deer and has lived in Calgary since 1981. In 1991 she received her BFA in printmaking and painting from the University of Calgary. Since that time she has developed a process of art making that involves the production of elaborate installations based on the appropriation of popular culture, digital technology, complex systems of mathematical organization and diverse notions of community. Her work is currently being exhibited at Open Space Gallery in Victoria and the Alternator Gallery in Kelowna. She is the former Director of the Stride Art Gallery, former Associate in Digital media at the Banff Centre for the Arts and is the Director and co-founder of

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The artist wishes to acknowledge the support of the Board and staff of Latitude 53 and Frequency Labs. Thanks to Annette Hurtig, Daina Augaitis, Elspeth Sage, Catherine Crowston, Diana Sherlock and Victoria Baster for generously agreeing to participate in this project and providing their data so quickly.