History made at architecture biennale with Indigenous-led exhibition – Construction Canada

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History made at architecture biennale with Indigenous-led exhibition – Construction Canada

by ahnationtalk on June 5, 201820 Views

June 5, 2018

Unceded: Voices of the Land is the first ever Indigenous-led entry to be presented by Canada at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Commissioned by the Canada Council for the Arts, it is presented by internationally renowned architect Douglas Cardinal and curators Gerald McMaster and David Fortin.

“The Canada Council for the Arts is deeply committed to supporting the renewal of the relationship between Indigenous artists, and Indigenous and non-Indigenous audiences, and enhancing dialogues to promote a society that is more just, more inclusive, more innovative,” said the council’s CEO Arts Simon Brault.

The exhibition showcases the works of 18 Indigenous architects and designers from across Turtle Island (Canada and the United States) through an audio-visual experience tackling the difficult truths of colonialism while explaining and celebrating the strength of Indigenous resilience.

Read More: https://www.constructioncanada.net/history-made-at-architecture-biennale-with-indigenous-led-exhibition/

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