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Pedro Barbáchano is an artist, cultural worker and educator working between Tiohtià:ke/Montreal and Cairo, Egypt. His practice observes speculative archaeology, the critique of historical and photographic documents and issues with the representation of subaltern identities. It materielizes as sculptural installations, books, and augmented reality experiences stemming from the photographic image. He has exhibited in Spain, Canada and Egypt in venues such as SCAN (Tarragona,Spain) and Leonard and Bina Ellen Gallery (Montreal, Canada). Barbáchano is therecipient of multiple awards, including the Roloff Beny Fellowship in Photography, the Gabor Szilasi Prize in Photography, the Post Image Research Fellowship, the Steven Goldberg Bursary, John W. O’Brien Graduate Fellowship and the Heather & Erin Walker Humanitarian Award. His work can be found in private collections in Canada and Spain. Barbáchano is currently pursuing an MFA and has lectured at Concordia University (Montreal).