• A white bench in front of an image projected on a white wall. The projection shows a skinned animal sitting on snowy ground. A figure to the left of the image and a partial figure on the right hold the carcass as they butcher it.

    Duane Linklater: Modest Livelihood, 2012; Photo: Jueqian Fang.

Free Community Day: Duane Linklater: mymothersside

Celebrate the opening of Duane Linklater: mymothersside with free gallery admission to the public on Saturday, October 7, from 11 AM to 7 PM.

For over a decade, Duane Linklater has been making art that interrogates the construct of museums, their conventions, and their historical exclusion of Indigenous people and content. Working across a range of media—including painting, sculpture, and video—he addresses the contradictions of contemporary Indigenous life within settler systems of knowledge, representation, and value. Duane Linklater: mymothersside is the artist’s first major survey exhibition.

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