Since July 2021 she has created over 100 installations at residential school historical sites, museums, art galleries and other public spaces.
Many of these spaces serve to present a colonial viewpoint and primarily speak about the settlers who arrived and lived here, but not the Indigenous people that were displaced along the way.
The installations are constructed with red wool, silk, cotton yarn.
Red is the colour of blood. Red is the slur against Indigenous people. Red is the colour of passion and anger, danger and power, courage and love.
Her hope is to bridge the gap between settlers and Indigenous, Métis, and Inuit people by creating art that is approachable and non-confrontational and starting a conversation about decolonization and reconciliation.
A huge thank you!
Funding support from SkArts Community Micro-grant
Exhibition Sponsor – Canalta Hotels – Assiniboia