Worn Inward

When: June 8-Oct. 13 2019

A collection of works by eight Indigenous artists, this show acts as a response to Jordan Bennett's AGNS exhibition Ketu’elmita’jik, which saw Bennett bringing home a collection of Mi’kmaw artifacts and placing them in an immersive environment full of sharp lines and bright colours. Here, Arielle Twist, Brandon Hollohan, Gesig Isaac and more delve into museum collections to explore, as the gallery puts it, "self-representation through adornment and wearable design."
"Worn Inward hosts a collection of multimedia practices including photography, painting and embroidery, shedding layers of self-preservation in celebrating ongoing survivance," the gallery adds.

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