Braxton Santiago-Garneau is a multimedia Canadian artist living in Edmonton, Alberta. He received a diploma in Fine Art from MacEwan University in 2017 and will be graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Art from the University of Alberta in 2020. Through research-based practice, Garneau’s work responds his ever-evolving relationship to Caribbean culture. His practice engages with the Caribbean’s dynamic mix of cultures, its diasporas, and its socio-political realities, all of which are constantly transforming themselves. Garneau’s current work is based in painting, printmaking, and installation.
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