Glenna Cardinal

In conjunction with her exhibition in the Project Space, mourning home, Glenna Cardinal discussed her work as an exploration of her deep connection to the loss of her childhood home on the Tsuut’ina Nation to the Southwest Calgary Ring Road. Through her practice, she works to shed her “colonial identity” as an Indigenous woman, while responding to her forced displacement from HOME; a place that was once safe, but is now a land wiped clean of her maternal existence, and returned to the same people that put First Nations on reserves. Reception followed.

Presented in partnership with TRUCK Contemporary Art.


February 9th, 2019 at 1-2pm