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24 minutes | Sep 9, 2021
Adrienne Scott Vitrines Artist Interview
Adrienne Scott is an artist currently based in Toronto with an interdisciplinary approach to media. She takes a material stance to photography, and in her work she refers to themes such as natural history, forgery, and fantasy. She anchors her practice and materials in the collection of objects that may act as props, artifacts, or fabricated evidence from image to image. This accumulation and recycling is central to how she makes work, and the displacement of materials and fragments is in turn how she creates visual play.
41 minutes | Sep 1, 2021
Is Love a Synonym for Abolition?
Isabel Okoro and Timothy Yanick Hunter in conversation with Liz Ikiriko, Katherine McKittrick and Lillian O'Brien Davis in support of the September 2021 exhibition Is Love a Synonym for Abolition?
58 minutes | Mar 28, 2018
Field of Vision: Wendy Red Star
WENDY RED STAR "FORGING PATHWAYS FOR FUTURE APSÁALOOKE FEMINISTS" March 22, 7:00PM to 9:00PM As a mother / daughter artist collaborative duo working in the realm of Native history, identity politics, cultural subversion, and reclamation, Wendy Red Star and her ten-year-old daughter Beatrice Red Star Fletcher probe the colonial thought bubble with intergenerational collaboration and institutional critique. Working with museums like the Denver Art Museum, Portland Art Museum, and Seattle Art Museum Beatrice and Wendy engage the public to decolonize thinking around Native American art and collections through performative tours, interactive activities, and interventionist installations. Intergenerational collaborative work is integral and a means to creating a forum for the expression of Native women’s voices in contemporary art.
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