Tag Archives: Aboriginal Artists

Memory and Place: At an Intersection of Nations

Some thoughts spanning several galleries and many artists as part of the Celebration of Nations events at Brock University and in the downtown cultural sphere. Continue reading

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Public Art / # MAIMBY/ Found Compressions

Some thoughts, some history and some praise and criticisms around the controversy with Found Compressions, a public art piece created by Keeley Haftner in Saskatoon. I also appropriately dismiss with rancour the horrid “forum” organized by some ignorant #YXEArts parasites. Continue reading

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The Child Taken / Mendel Art Gallery

A piece about an exhibition at the Mendel that may have been a major reason that aka “artist run” centre and I parted ways, as the facts and documents regarding institutional racism in the #YXEArts community, and those that benefit from it (or from ignoring it) upset several board members. This piece is here, despite my purging most of my #YXE coverage, as it was the beginning of the end of my time in that gulag archipelago of hypocrites. Continue reading

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