Mind Map

2021Archive

Mar 10

The work ad idea that struck me the most was Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung’s article The Globalized Museum? Decanonization as Method: A Reflection in Three Acts. The author addresses the new issue that has emerged as many gallery spaces attempt to address their lack of diversity within the art the choose to showcase. Although in […]

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Mar 08

Record The territories I currently reside in include the Anishinabewaki, Haudenosaunee, Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, and Wendake-Nionwentsïo. The Anishinabewaki controlled the hub that was at the Great Lake’s in the 1600’s and 1700’s. Currently, the Union of Ontario Indians represents 39 of the Anishinabek First Nations, because they needed to legally exist to have legally […]

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Mar 08

I decided to do a small outline sketch of my street and an outline of where I am in Scarborough. Noises of my area are a combination of human-made objects (such as cars whirring, people walking, and traffic lights clicking) and nature (such as birds chirping, wind through trees, and the crunch of leaves). I […]

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Mar 08

Image: Short words about those that I honor, on homemade recycled paper made by my sister.   Those that I honour: Divy Uptegrove Dolores Sallentes Narcisse Nianzou My lola Marilyn Mendoza Elizabeth Stern Hannah Höch   Journal: What needs would you like to communicate from group work? Regarding group work in the past, I think […]

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Mar 05

Reflecting on Rebecca Belmore, Ayum-ee-aawach Oomama-mowan: Speaking to Their Mother, 1991 & Richard Long, Walking a Line in Peru, 1972 Belmore’s piece does more than act as a visual, as it “gives a voice” to those wanting to speak to the land itself. Belmore brings the importance to the land that we are on, and at the […]

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