Posts Tagged ‘books’

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…

Congruent bodies: O k’inadas panel discussion
Congruent bodies: O k’inadas panel discussion

What body memories and body futures are posited (and possess) your art practice? In framing the discussion of the 3rd panel of the O k’inadas residency, Ayumi Goto asked what it means to acknowledge territory, to be here, to move through, how we walk together on the land. She recounted…

Missing In Redaction: Jordan Scott at the Alternator
Missing In Redaction: Jordan Scott at the Alternator

Expanding on his presentation at last Wednesday’s panel, Jordan Scott noted the ways in which language dysfluency is recognized, and often produced, through physical duress. He examined how dysfluency is read and heard as a marker of guilt, of dishonesty, or of a lack of truth-telling. What happens when the…

Speaking My Truth
Speaking My Truth

How did we get to where we are now? Until we understand that, our future together as Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples looks uncertain at best. This project is animated by a hope that debate—in the spirit of the catechesis itself—will take place in book clubs across the country, composed of…

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