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Opening reception: Saturday, April 21st from 2–4 pm
Featuring LACIE BURNING, JADE NASOGALUAK CARPENTER and DAYNA DANGER
Curated by CASS GARDINER and presented in partnership with ABORIGINAL CURATORIAL COLLECTIVE
In partnership with Aboriginal Curatorial Collective–Collectif des commissaires autochtones, Critical Distance is pleased to present FORWARD FACING, a Featured Exhibition of the 2018 Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. Curated by Cass Gardiner (Toronto/Brooklyn), Forward Facing is an exhibition that examines intersectionality within Indigenous identity through the photographic, video, craft, and installation practices of Dayna Danger (Montreal), Lacie Burning (Vancouver), and Jade Nasogaluak Carpenter (Calgary).
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