The project was inspired by, and in response to The Polygon’s “Response: Our Land Narrative” workshop program, led by contemporary Indigenous artists and Knowledge Keepers in Fall 2020.
The place inside the head of False Creek explores ideas around loss and belonging, as I reflect on the history of SenÌ“áá¸µw, or ‘Kitsilano Reserve 6’, a parcel of land that is part of the unceded territory of the Sá¸µwxÌ±wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation).
Stay tuned as I will be drip feeding the story on Visura and launching the portfolio on my website on March 10.
Includes still photography, video and text.
Response: Our Land Narrative - The Polygon
Response: Our Land Narrative is the culmination of the Response program, a new multi-year collaboration between The Polygon Gallery and First Nations Student Services and the Indigenous Digital Filmmaking Program at Capilano University.