Feb 27, 2017 to Apr 8, 2017
- Waterloo Library
The Robert Langen Art Gallery is proud to present A Casual Reconstruction, by Montreal based artist Nadia Myre. Myre is an Algonquin/Québécois artist and member of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation who employs a collaborative process as a strategy for engaging in conversations about identity, resilience and the politics of belonging. She is a graduate from Concordia University (MFA, 2002) and a recipient of Les Elles de l’art (2011), CALQ’s Prix à la création artistique pour la région des Laurentides (2009), and an Eiteljorg Fellowship (2003). Recent accomplishments include artist-in-residency at the McCord Museum culminating in her exhibition Decolonial Gestures or Doing it Wrong? Refaire le chemin (2016), Sobey Art Award recipient (2014), and commissioned works for Oraison/Orison (galerie Oboro, Montreal, 2014), Formes et Paroles (Musée Dapper, Senegal, 2014), and Sakahàn (National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 2013). A Casual Reconstruction, is a video installation, born from the desire to have an honest discussion about identity and mixed identity as Indigenous people.