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Nanabozho’s Sisters

When: Oct. 12-Nov. 25 2018

A group show that "acknowledges the history of Indigenous women artist’s contribution to the deployment of humour, irony, and satire within the visual arts," Nanabozho’s Sisters sees works by several Indigenous women artists play with the legacy of Nanabozho, a trickster figure in Anishinaabe stories. "The trickster spirit is released in this exhibition through the artistic strategies of masquerade, mimicry, parody, ironic reversals, comedic scenarios, anachronistic combinations and satirical creations," show organizers add.

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