Thomas Kneubühler, born in Solothurn, Switzerland, has been living in Montreal, Canada since 2000. In 2003, he completed a Master’s degree in Studio Arts at Concordia University, Montreal. His work often deals with social issues and how technology is affecting people’s lives. His work has been presented in many exhibitions in both Europe and North America, most recently at the Centre culturel canadien, Paris (2012), at the Centre Pasquart Bienne (2014), at the Videonale.15 at the Kunstmuseum Bonn (2015), and at Galerie B-312, Montreal. In 2011 he was awarded the Pratt & Whitney Canada Prize of the Conseil des arts de Montréal, and in 2012 the Swiss Art Award by the Ministry of Culture Switzerland.
kneubuhler_1: Absence, c-prints, 75 x 75 cm. Open Space, Victoria BC, 2014 (Photo by Thomas Kneubühler)
kneubuhler_2: Video works «Switch», 2009, and «Days in Night», 2013 (Photo by Thomas Kneubühler)
kneubuhler_3: Project «Land Claim». Galerie B-312, Montreal, 2015 (Photo by Thomas Kneubühler)