May 14 - Aug 26, 2018
Featuring the work of twelve First Nations, Métis and Sami artists, this exhibition invites visitors into discussions surrounding what it means to be Indigenous today.
As In Dialogue‘s organizer, John G. Hampton, says, this gathering of work embraces the “tumble of connections and contradictions that constitute contemporary Indigenous identities.” Hampton hopes to generate dialogue that will undermine monolithic and uncomplicated understandings of Indigeneity by offering multiple perspectives and by creating spaces for new understandings to arise.
Native Art Department International addresses intergenerational dialogues about art history, collage and the market through its repurposing of a Carl Beam print into an institutionalized neon sign.
Curated by John G. Hampton