Durant is a visual artist who's photographic and mixed media work is held in private collections and in public institutions locally and internationally.
She is an interdisciplinary artist, designer and urban planner, integrating her creative and professional practices. Her creative process explores the interconnectivity between multiple systems and the effects of human behaviour on the natural world.
She received her BFA (2002), from Emily Carr University and attended Cooper Union in NYC.
She holds an MA in Planning (2012), with a specialty in climate adaptation and mitigation planning, food security & urban forestation planning.
Solo exhibition and recipient of Canada Councils New Media Award Recipient include Points and Perforations (2002), an architectural, audio, and photographic installation that explored the social and economic dynamism of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
Group exhibitions include Looped, at Artemisia, Chicago (2003), and The Well, at Surrey Art Gallery (2004).
Durant conceptualized and co-curated Out of the Rain: A Project for Homelessness in Vancouver in 2005.
She spends a good deal of her time in the forest, along the foreshore and beneath the oceans surface exploring the effects of human behaviour on humans and species.
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