Joëlle Dubé is researching the intersectional temporalities of intergenerational (in)justices and contemporary art. Positing relationality at the centre of her theoretical preoccupations, she investigates ways of rearticulating the relationship between the currently living and life-to-come by drawing from both derridean scholarship as well as procedural and performative Indigenous contemporary artworks.As urbanization is rapidly changing natural landscapes, with the majority of the world's population living in cities, it is important for those who inhabit these areas to learn how to best promote biodiversity. Joëlle is working in the Department of Philosophy at Concordia University under the supervision of Dr. Matthias Fritsch.
The working title of Joëlle's thesis project is Eating Future Others with Care.
Contact Joëlle at lajoelledube AT gmail.com.
You can also learn more about Joëlle's work here.