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Keynote Response // July 14, 2017 // Cristalle Smith & Melissa Weiss
Keynote Response // July 14, 2017 // Cristalle Smith & Melissa Weiss

Cristalle Smith & Melissa Weiss CRWR 382 Keynote Response July 14, 2017   This keynote response is formulated with the intent to explore our personal experiences and stories rather than looking to content structured by erasure, as France Trepanier encouraged in the collaborative performance (read: studying ourselves instead of creating…

The School of Badger – an interview with Rebecca Belmore and Lori Blondeau
The School of Badger – an interview with Rebecca Belmore and Lori Blondeau

The School of Badger was a collaborative performance intervention by Rebecca Belmore, Lori Blondeau and Adrian Stimson.  Jessie Fosty and Tomas Jonsson had the opportunity to sit with Elder Badger (Belmore) and Little Badger (Blondeau) and discuss this provacative performance.  This interview can be heard here: A statement on The School…

An Interview with Tania Willard
An Interview with Tania Willard

I had the opportunity to speak to Tania Willard regarding her time at the O k’inādās residency, and her new work and research, which was presented at a Bush Gallery screening at the end of the residency. Tomas: I thought we could start by getting your reflections on the residency, as…

Olivia Whetung
Olivia Whetung

Olivia Whetung spoke of the changing names framing territory. The Colonial attempts to exploit and disappear bodies. Photos of working bodies were depicted in a book entitled Crafts of the Ojibwa. The bodies were not posed but at work and in motion. Olivia was interested in the stories these hands…

Mark Igloliorte: o k’inādās July 22 panel
Mark Igloliorte: o k’inādās July 22 panel

Mark Igloliorte  spoke of the importance of observation in painting. Photographs depict a fraction of second, life sliced down to moment, whereas in painting hours, days are poured into their construction. In the time that is required to make a painting, the shifting, moving body results in shifts in perspectives. …

Hopping the fence: an interview with David Khang
Hopping the fence: an interview with David Khang

On Thursday I had the opportunity to have a discussion with David Khang. Our conversation began with reflection on Carmen Papalia‘s walking performance, and the panel discussion from the day before. Tomas: I liked Carmen’s point that the group walk wasn’t an empathy building exercise. It was a chance to…

Crossing Media, Crossing Canada: Performing the land we are
Ruptures

In my first conversation as Research Assistant for the new SSHRC research-creation project, “Crossing Media, Crossing Canada: Performing the Land that we are,” I couldn’t help but think how strange it was to be embarking on something new that wasn’t actually new. It was strange to enter into a new…

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