Labour is the body; time is the bridge
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The artist’s own, female, Métis body reclaims space, history, and family stories that focus on a direct matriarchal line of five women. By embodying a creative interpretation of their physical labour, through slow conscious work, or by considering the body as a form of measurement and an open channel of communication, their life stories become a point of expressing and repairing lost homelands. The artist takes process-heavy and repetitive techniques, both as time-based approaches, and translates them into a physical experience of honouring the lives of those women.
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