Lucas Glenn is an emerging Kelowna-based artist, and a 2015 graduate of UBC’s Bachelor of Fine Arts program. Glenn creates sculptures, installations, and digital works. His work mines science fiction and fantasy to address systems of power and capital in the context of climate crisis.
Glenn has exhibited at the Kelowna Art Gallery, the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art, the Vernon Art Gallery, and Island Mountain Arts. Glenn is recognized by a 2017 Okanagan Arts Award, and a 2014 UBC Creative Studies Department Award. Glenn is currently in residence at the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art’s Studio 111.