Louis-Philippe Rondeau’s research is focused on exploring the outskirts of photographic portraiture, calling into question certain empirical conventions of the photographic image such as immediacy, vantage point and planarity. His interactive installations offer a different take on portraiture. Mainly revolved around the mirror’s modus operandi, they provide a distorted record of the interactors’ appearance via marginal representation apparatuses that seek to question the relationship between viewer and artwork. They compel us to reconsider the conventions employed in the mediation of images, specifically those regarding the representation of space and time. He teaches at the School of Digital Arts, Animation and Design of UQAC in Montreal.