Bertrand Morin is a mixed-media artist living and working in Portland, Oregon. Morin’s work explores the subjectivity of perception and the malleability of knowledge by presenting images and text that are removed from their original context, and then recombined to form new relationships, vocabularies, and networks of meaning. He incorporates aesthetics from science-fiction and pseudoscience, and at the same time utilizes the framework of an archive, in order to highlight the ways that information can be misleadingly presented as neutral or objective. Bertrand received his BA in studio arts from the University of Richmond, and his MFA in visual studies from the Pacific Northwest College of Art. Since moving to Oregon in 2013 he has become increasingly obsessed with the forests of the Pacific Northwest, and spends much of his time writing and exploring. His favorite color, however, remains steadfastly green.