Haruko Okano: o k’inādās July 22 panel

Tomas Jonsson

Haruko Okano came to the stage silently, setting a small arena set with flour and wrapped fabric. She stared intently at audience, in a combative stance, stamping her feet on the flour. Then gleefully moved into the space of the audience, row by row, gifting dried and fresh seedpods, each inscribed with conjoined words; independent words sharing a common letter and incongruent definitions.

O k’inadas // complicated reconciliations: an artist residency
Round table panel presentation. The Indigenous Summer Intensive is coordinated by the Creative Studies Department, in the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies at UBC Okanagan Campus.

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