Miles Rufelds is an artist, writer, and researcher based in Toronto. He holds a Master of Visual Studies in studio art from the University of Toronto, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Ottawa. Rufelds’ interdisciplinary projects weave images, videos, documents, and objects with experimental narrative structures. His works use artistic platforms as sites to explore stories connecting the tightening holds of corporate or military power to the histories of ecology, science, industry, food, film, and aesthetics. His works mix factual research and archival traces with fictional or speculative frameworks, interrogating the line between truth and deception in order to question the aesthetic languages of historical authority, the blur between reality and fiction, and the role of narrative storytelling in making sense of the contemporary late capitalist world.