I presently make my home on Treaty 6 territory, land which has been occupied by many indigenous peoples for thousands of years.
As the descendant of refugees and the daughter of a military family that lived in many different places all over the world, I do not have a deep connection to this place that goes back many generations. I am grateful for the environment here that has allowed my roots to grow and create a secure space for making art and relationships. My work here will continue to reflect the principles of tatawaw*, and make a place for others the same way that a place was opened for me. [Read more…]