Friday, September 17, 2021
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
In person (Enwayaang-Atrium) and LIvestreamed (IG Live with @gzowskicollege)
Artist George Campana will be speaking about his piece "Circa: Genocide Through a Critique on Photography" (on display throughout the month of September in the Atrium/Level 1, Enwayaang building)
"When the question: 'Why didn’t you say something before?' came to me, it inspired these visual statements. Within the context of Truth and Reconciliation, I maintain that attempts at Reconciliation will be ineffective unless the Truth is known. These images may, in a small way, expose some of that Truth. The ‘Circa’ reference swiftly moves us to include today. This exhibit, and my talk, address the question, "Why didn't we say something?"
Part of the Spark Festival running throughout September. For a list of Spark Festival exhibits and more information see: www.sparkphotofestival.org/
Artist's Talk is hosted by Gzowski College and the Chanie Wenjack School for Indigenous Studies.
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