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Faye HeavyShield  /  Clan
February 29 - April 26

Clan was developed without predetermination from the artist, but rather by unfolding itself organically. Faye HeavyShield engages in a dialogue with the ways the idea presents itself, and through this process the idea is distilled to reveal its true form, its essence.
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Santiago Mostyn  /  Grass Widows
February 29 - April 26

Straw is preceded by fresh green grass. For this reason, I will begin with grass widows. Nowadays a woman is called a grass widow whose husband had to leave home (for example, obliged to work far away from his family).
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Bryce Singer  /  Abided with His Children
February 29 - April 26

In his first solo exhibition project, Bryce Singer brings his distinctive ink drawing style to the oral histories of various Blackfoot peoples. Reading from Beverly Hungry Wolf’s The Ways of My Grandmothers and Percy Bullchild’s The Sun Came Down, Singer reformulates these histories through illustration.
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Faye HeavyShield  /  A river is a river but it is never the same
February 29 - September 13

A river is a river but it is never the same, is a photographic mural portraying Kainai waterways on the north and south windows of the concourse gallery.
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Svea Ferguson  /  Penumbra
May 15 - June 21

In the wake of an eclipse, where light is blocked by the passage of material, exists the penumbra: the partial shadow of that obscured light around a given form.
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Lauren Crazybull  /  TSIMA KOHTOTSITAPIIHPA Where are you from?
May 15 - June 21

Lauren Crazybull, a Niitsitapi and Dené painter currently residing in Edmonton, returned to Kainai territory to research the land and language of her family as a part of her artistic research as 2019 Alberta Artist-in-Residence.
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Angeline Simon  /  A Phantom Speaks
May 15 - June 21

[The buried past] yields those images that, severed from all earlier associations, reside as treasures in the sober rooms of our later insights. -Walter Benjamin, Excavation and Memory Angeline Simon mines and manipulates her familial photographic archives to explore lateral connections in time and geography.
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