Troy Rhoades is a FQRSC postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Communication at the Université de Montréal. He is also a founding member of the SenseLab, a laboratory that engages in a collaborative practice focused on research-creation, micropolitics, and the senses located at Concordia University in Montréal, Québec. His current research is dedicated to the interplay between colour, image and movement perception, process philosophy, and art. Some of his most recent publications are “Tentatively Constructing Images: The Dynamism of Piet Mondrian’s Paintings,” in the online journal Inflexions: A Journal for Research-Creation and “From Representation to Sensation: The Transduction of Images in John F. Simon Jr.’s ‘Every Icon’” in the online journal Fibreculture. He also has a forthcoming article titled “Encounters with Incipient Action: Robert Irwin’s ‘Line’ Paintings” that will be published in the Journal of Visual Art Practice.
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