Vincent Chevalier is an artist currently based in Toronto. He melds autobiography, documentary research, and appropriated media to construct uncanny works on screen. This practice has roots in his earliest experiments with performance and video. Known for his videos and digital interventions, these projects constitute an autoethnographic study of AIDS and queer sexuality as they relate to personal narratives and larger social, political, and historical contexts. His works have exhibited internationally.
Screening of À Vancouver at Western Front
May 6, 2017. The Vancouver premiere of my newest work. The screening will be followed by a talk.
"We Have Never Been 'Post-AIDS'" by Adam Barbu
April 13, 2017. Article in Canadian Art. Article featuring Vincent Chevalier, Shayo Detchema, Shan Kelley, Jessica Whitbread, and Mikiki. "A look at five artists from a new generation who explore alternative readings of HIV/AIDS, activism and resistance."
"DePaul Art Museum exhibit explores AIDS pandemic" by Charlene Haparimwi
April 10, 2017. Article in The DePaulia about "One day this kid will get larger" curated by Danny Orendorf.