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Making Legible These Lives — with Angela Aujla

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Interviewer: Johal, Am
Interviewee: Aujla, Angela
Contributor: Aoki, Julia
Contributor: Feng, Kathy
Contributor: Bardi, Alyha
Contributor: Tornes, Steve
Contributor: Walters, Samantha
On this episode of Below the Radar, Angela Aujla, visual artist and Professor of Sociology at Georgian College, sits down with Am Johal.
Angela shares her career transition into the visual arts, while continuing to draw upon her academic background in Sociology and Anthropology to influence her mixed-media works. Angela also discusses the influences and inspiration of her art exhibition, My Grandmother’s Dress.

Angela Aujla is a South Asian Canadian visual artist, influenced by her academic study of visual culture, anthropology, and feminist postcolonial theory. Her mixed-media, narrative artwork explores the complexity and interplay of history, memory, and identity with a focus on diasporic and material culture. Angela is also a Professor of Sociology in Georgian College’s Liberal Arts department.
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