Karl Hipol is a Filipino Canadian multidisciplinary artist, curator, and writer creating on the traditional unceded territories of the Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh nations, also known as North Vancouver. His creative work spans drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, weaving, art installation, and public artwork. Currently, his artistic practice looks at Archival Collections from galleries and museums to investigate the absence or presence of Filipinos in Canada. He aims to weave my story and disturb 'Filipino invisibility' within the Canadian landscape. His gallery exhibitions include the Burnaby Village Museum, The Burrard Arts Foundation, Centre A, The Reach Gallery Museum, Seymour Art Gallery, and Federation Gallery. His artworks are collected locally and internationally, such as in Switzerland, Ireland, Hong-Kong, the Philippines, and Canada.