Le rêve aux loups (2017 | Koffler Gallery, Toronto, Ontario)
JUNE 22 – AUGUST 20, 2017
Curator: Jennifer Rudder
From the Koffler Gallery:
“Coming from a Kwakiutl background, fundamental principles for stewardship of the land were of utmost importance for the determination of individual or communal conduct. This is in stark contrast to ecclesiastical ideologies, which speak of salvation for a very few… and of a Life Everlasting that will be achieved in Heaven, and not on Earth. This can sometimes lead to the idea that it doesn’t really matter what we do with the planet, as it is only a temporary construct.” Mary Anne Barkhouse
Read curator Jennifer Rudder’s essay on the exhibition’s digital publication.
More information also available on the Koffler Gallery website.
View other included works, also shown in How to breathe forever at the Ontario College of Art & Design University’s (OCADU) Onsite Gallery, here. View the exhibition at the Esker Foundation in Calgary here.
(IMAGES: Courtesy of the Koffler Gallery)