Carrie Allison lachnanthes tinctoria, 2018 Photos : courtesy of Owens Art Gallery, Sackville

Indigenous mixed-ancestor multidisciplinary artist Carrie Allison seeks to contemplate and interact with the natural world through visual explorations in which she uses beading, embroidery, and multimedia techniques. These practices are repetitive and time intensive, and it is in the durational and durable nature of Allison’s gestures that connections with stories of the past can germinate and reactivate the knowledge conveyed in them.

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