Born 1963, Ontario
Steven Nunoda is a Winnipeg-based multidisciplinary artist who works primarily in sculpture and installation, but also uses a variety of other media, such as woodcarving, found-objects, photography, digital imaging, text and time-based strategies. His practice is research-oriented and usually produced a number of long-term, thematically interrelated works. One example is Ghostown, a project which explores the social, familial, and personal fallout of Japanese Canadian internment through miniatures, images, installation, and media-sculpture hybrids. He is an assistant professor in the University of Manitoba’s School of Art, and has displayed his work in a number of juried, group, and solo exhibitions in Manitoba and across Western Canada.