A conversation by Anishinaabe women on cultural specificity, embodied sound in public spaces, and futurity, led by performance artist duo Charlene Vickers and Maria Hupfield with Wanda Nanibush, the Art Gallery of Ontario’s first curator of Indigenous Art.
Charlene Vickers and Maria Hupfeld are bi-coastal collaborators working between Vancouver, Canada and Brooklyn, USA. They have been creating performances together ever since Rebecca Belmore introduced them in 2007at Grunt Gallery in Vancouver. Their first collaborative project Vestige Vagabond
was initiated through the 2010 Not Sent Letters Project
by Jeremy Todd, and commissioned in 2011 as part of the exhibition Counting Coop,
by Ryan Rice, Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, Santa Fe, during The Annual Santa Fe Indian Market.