Gladys Lou

Gladys Lou is a Hong Kong-Canadian artist and curator with an HBA in Art & Art History and Psychology from the University of Toronto and Sheridan College. Her practice utilizes experimental media and new technologies, including video, sound, photography, and new media, to challenge the boundaries of sensory perception. Her work explores shifting perceptions of light, colour, and memory, visualizing emotions and the unconscious.

Gladys’ art has been exhibited at Nuit Blanche, InterAccess, Workman Arts, Art Museum at the University of Toronto, Blackwood Gallery, Art Gallery of Mississauga, and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Alicante. Her critical writing has been featured in Pleasure Dome’s eBook and Hamilton Artist Inc.’s digital publication. She was awarded a Fulbright scholarship with a placement at the University of Washington, where she studied Digital Art and Experimental Media. Gladys has interned at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. with the Time-Based Media working group. She was selected as a participant of the Power Plant’s RBC Emerging Artist Network in 2022-2023, and InterAccess’ IA Current Curator. She was awarded the 27th Annual Mississauga Arts Awards in the Multimedia Arts (Emerging) category,

Artist Code: 2156


Am I Human?

2022, 01:48 minutes, colour, English