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Andrew Bieler is a writer, food activist and PhD candidate in the joint program in Communication and Culture at York and Ryerson Universities in Toronto. His masters thesis on bicycling advocacy was entitled Rhythmanalysis of Critical Mass: A Meeting Place. As a member of the FoodShed Project, he has helped organize food advocacy events, co-authored the Telling Food, & Eating Stories guidebook to using digital stories in the food justice movement and facilitated workshops. He has worked with the Toronto Coalition for Active Transportation, and volunteers with the Durham Regional Food Policy Council. He worked as an installations manager on the Leona Drive Project, a site-specific exhibition in Willowdale, Ontario, and is an active member of LOT: Experiments in Urban Research. Currently, his research looks at the role of art exhibitions in environmental communication on food, energy and climate change.


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