Collaborative Installation Debuts at Nuit Blanche

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Included as part of this year’s Nuit Blanche in Montreal, QC, the a multimedia installation piece “Memory Keepers /Gardiens des mémoires” by Jesse Tungilik, Jason Sikoak, Megan Kyak-Monteith, Darcie Bernhardt, Tom McLeod, Glenn Gear and Caroline Monnet took over the FOFA Gallery courtyard at Concordia University to explore themes of memory, tradition and urban life.

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Prime Minister Apologizes for Historic Mistreatment of Tuberculosis Patients

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Accompanying the historic apology from the federal government for the treatment of Inuit across Inuit Nunangat evacuated from their communities in the North during the mid-twentieth century for tuberculosis treatment, we revisit the carvings produced during patient stays in southern sanitariums that provide an invaluable record of this chapter of Canadian history in stone.

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documenta 14

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Arguably the world’s largest—and most debated—recurring contemporary art exhibitions, documenta 14 urges viewers to rethink the powerful potential of objects and images in the advancement of Indigenous sovereignty.

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