Alex Jacobs-Blum

Alex Jacobs-Blum is a band member of Six Nations of the Grand River Territory of the Lower Cayuga Nation and Euro-Canadian. She dissects what it means to live in-between two worlds. With a focus on Indigenous-settler reconciliatory relations, she employs ironic storytelling as an act of survivance to deal with the conflicts of assimilation and cultural dominance. Jacobs-Blum has exhibited nationally at the University of Ottawa, Woodland Cultural Centre, and the Centre for Social Innovation, ON and shown internationally at Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea. She holds a Bachelor of Photography from the Sheridan Institute of Technology (2015).

EXHIBITION: An Archive, But Not An Atlas

April 27, 2019 - June 2, 2019
Alex Jacobs-Blum, Curtiss Randolph, Camille Rojas, Eve Tagny Curated by Liz Ikiriko April 27–June 2, 2019 Opening Reception and Curator’s Tour with Liz Ikiriko Saturday, April 27th, 1–3pm   “An archive, but not an atlas: the point here is not to take the world upon one’s shoulders, but to crouchFind out more