Andreas Rutkauskas

Sessional Faculty

Visual Art


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Andreas Rutkauskas is a visual artist. His projects focus on landscapes that have been affected by technology.

This may refer to physical alteration of a landscape or the psychological effects of such changes.

Relying principally on photography, Rutkauskas incorporates other media such as video into his research in order to provide the viewer with a more holistic perspective.


MFA, Studio Arts, Concordia University, Montréal

BFA First Class Honours, School of Art, University of Manitoba

Selected Professional Activity:


Between Friends, Canadian Photography Institute (National Gallery of Canada), Ottawa

Documentar, Contar, Mentir, touring exhibition, El Museo de la Cancilleria (Mexico City), l’Ex-Convento del Carmen (Guadalajara), and the Centro Cultural Clavijero (Morelia)


The Edge of the Earth: Climate Change in Photography and Video, Ryerson Image Centre, Toronto

Out of Office, Yukon Arts Centre, Whitehorse


The Post-Photographic Condition, Maison de la culture Frontenac (Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal)

Field Work, oslo8 contemporary photography, Basel, Switzerland


Encounters at the Edge of the Forest, Gallery 400, Chicago, USA


Petrolia, Judith and Norman ALIX Gallery, Sarnia

Selected Publications:


Sheehan, Tanya. “Border – from the series Photography and Migration”. Still Searching… online discourse on the media of photography, Fotomuseum Winterthur

Hatt, Étienne. "Googlescapes le paysage à l’ère post-photographique / Landscape in the Age of Google Earth". Artpress, Number 440. January 2017


Fitzpatrick, Meagan. "Photographer’s eyes opened on epic road trip along Canada-U.S. border", CBC News, April 23, 2016

Mallonee, Laura. "The Invisible Security of Canada’s Seemingly Chill Border", WIRED, April 1, 2016 

Ramade, Bénédicte (editor). "The Edge of the Earth, Climate Change in Photography and Video". Black Dog Publishing Limited, London, United Kingdom

McManus, Karla. "Border Lines and Crossing Points". Imaginations Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies. Issue 7-1, November 2016

Paquet, Suzanne. “Perambulating, Wandering, Fleeing. A Few Notes on Mobile Landscapes”. Esse Arts + Opinions, Number 88, Fall, 2016


Wecker, Menachem. “Chicago Show Highlights Canadian Artist’s Cross-Border Trek”. Canadian Art, May 22, 2014

Selected Awards:


Canada Council for the Arts - Project Grant

Alberta Foundation for the Arts - Visual Arts and New Media Individual Project Grant


Sessional Research Support Fund, University of British Columbia


Finalist for the Gabriele Basilico International Prize in Architecture and Landscape Photography, Milan, Italy

Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec - Research and Creation Grant

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