Sunshine Frère is an intermedia artist based in Canada. She has an MA in Interactive Media from Goldsmiths (2007), and a BFA in Studio Arts with a Minor concentration in electroacoustic studies from Concordia University (2005).
Frère’s artistic practice is cross-disciplinary and interactive. She has a longstanding obsession with systems and variables; this has lead her to develop a body of work that explores giving, objectification, personification, quantum theory, altered realities and humour. Her work has been exhibited and collected in Canada and abroad. She has collaborated on, and participated in, multiple large scale art exhibitions. She is also a writer, curator and arts programmer.
Frère currently sits on Access Gallery’s Board and she spends time working with the New Media Gallery in New Westminister. She is also the the Visual Arts Writer for Vancouver is Awesome and was a Programming Chair on the board of the Contemporary Art Society of Vancouver for three years. In these roles she regularly works within local, national and international art communities coordinating exhibitions, interviews, studio visits, collection tours, art walks, exhibition talks, opening receptions, festival events and public panels.