MARK LALIBERTE is a visual artist, designer, writer, curator and soundmaker with an MFA from the University of Guelph. He has exhibited and performed extensively in galleries across Canada and the USA, and currently resides in Toronto, where he is the managing editor and designer of Carousel.
Laliberte has had pageworks, poems and other print experiments appear in publications big and small, including Descant, Lantern, Misunderstandings, Other Cl/utter, Pilot, prairie fire, Prefix Photo, Rampike, subTerrian and Vallum. In early 2010, BRICKBRICKBRICK, a full-length book of visual poems, was released with BookThug. Later in the year, GREY SUPREME 1, a print-based “project platform” initiated by the artist as a way to collect his short-form experiments with image, text and hybrid literary forms, debuted with Koyama Press. Laliberte is currently working on both GREY SUPREME 2 and his next full-sized visual poetry manuscript, tentatively titledCloud & Bubble.