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Janine Ramlochan is a Canadian new media artist. Her work has been shown in film festival screenings, alternative venues, gallery exhibitions, conferences/ symposiums and cultural events. In 2015, she was commissioned by the City of Mississauga to mount an installation for the Pan Am/ ParaPan Am Games as part of a group show. Other exhibitions include the 2014 Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival (Port of Spain), The Carnival Project (New York), Sarai 09: Projections (New Delhi), and The Living Arts Centre Gallery (Mississauga). She has also sat on juries for the Ontario Arts Council (Media Arts) and the Toronto Arthouse Film Festival.

In 2017, ‘Demons,' an experimental short film co-production (Belgium-Italy-Canada), was produced in collaboration with music duo ‘Miss O.’

Janine draws on a background in advertising/ strategic planning where she bridged conceptual ideas with an interest in human behaviour, cultural dynamics and media consumption. She has worked with agencies (across Omnicom, WPP, Interpublic, Publicis Groupe, Dentsu + boutique independents) in New York, Bangkok, Toronto and Paris on numerous local and international brands. She has taught classes at Centennial College (Toronto) and Mahidol University (Bangkok), and has spent extended durations on education or independent research projects in Kingston (Jamaica), New Delhi (India) and Hobart (Australia). 


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