Kyle Terrence is an emerging artist and filmmaker from the industrial heart of Alberta, Canada. He holds a Masters of Fine Art from the University of Alberta where he developed his thesis, Pilgrimage: being in the end times. He is a member of the University of Alberta's Research-Creation & Social Justice CoLABoratory, and MacEwan University’s Art & Design Department Council.
Terrence's most recent solo exhibition was at the People’s Lodge as an artist in residence for the ADGSA Alumni Artist in Residence program. His most recent film screenings include Pilgrimage at Arts Letters & Numbers in Upstate NY, 'Alberta' (in collaboration with Bradley Necyk) at the Metro Cinema as well as 'The Picnic' at the Roxi Theatre. He exhibited work at the 2015 SLSA “After Biopolitics” conference at Rice University, Texas. Terrence is sessional faculty at the University of Alberta and MacEwan University where he teaches a variety of fine art courses.
Terrence works primarily in film, performance, sculpture and photography. His work often thinks through various discourses such as the sublime, ecology, masculinity and theology. His newest body of work is looking to contemplate the structure of petrol-filic masculinity in the landscape of the province of Alberta.