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Exhibitions Tagged #Canada

Brand Loyalty: The Hunt for Healthy Food in Northern Canada

The South Street Seaport
 on show

This project focusses on food security in Northern Canada, and the challenges in accessing nutritious, affordable food.

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Here Is Where We Shall Stay

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Pier 1
 archive : 2021

Pat Kane’s project Here is Where We Shall Stay focuses on how Dene people in the Northwest Territories of Northern Canada are moving towards meaningful self-determination by resetting the past atrocities of settler colonization.

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A Few Acres of Snow

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
 archive : 2016

In Candide, Voltaire described Canada as “a few acres of snow.” Public opinion hasn’t changed much since then; the second largest country in the world is rarely in the news, even though there’s much to be concerned about.

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Signs of Your Identity

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
 archive : 2016

Generations of Canada’s First Nations forgot who they were. Languages died out, sacred ceremonies were criminalized and suppressed. These double exposure portraits explore the trauma of some of the 80,000 living survivors who remain. Through extensive accompanying interviews, they address the impact of intergenerational trauma and lateral violence, documenting the slow path toward healing.

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Events and Sessions Tagged #Canada

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