In his research and visual art practice, Paul Landon explores the neglected spaces of modernity. These explorations are transcribed through processes of recording, editing, archiving and reconstruction. His work is structured through the physicality and perception of architecture and landscape, positing these as sites inscribed with forgotten promise. Landon graduated from NSCAD in Canada and from the Jan van Eyck Academie in The Netherlands. He completed a DFA at the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts. Paul Landon works in Montréal as a professor in visual and media arts at UQAM.