Lucas Morneau is an interdisciplinary artist from Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Morneau received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Arts at Memorial University – Grenfell Campus in 2016, where he spent a semester abroad in Old Harlow, England, and his Master of Fine Arts (Studio Art) at University of Saskatchewan in 2018, where he was nominated for the Graduate Thesis Award.
Morneau has exhibited artworks in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, including juried exhibitions at The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery and Grenfell Campus – Memorial University, a solo exhibition at the Rotary Arts Centre, and in exhibitions in England. As the winner of the 2016 BMO 1st Art! Award for Newfoundland and Labrador, Morneau showed his light installation Part I: The Seer, Part II: The Abyss, at the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery in Toronto, Ontario.
Using photography, video, printmaking, sculpture, installation, and performance, Morneau's work is autobiographical and based in social activism. Through his alter-ego The Queer Mummer, Morneau deconstructs gender norms and challenges homophobic and heterosexist attitudes still prevalent in Western society.