The Winnipeg Art Gallery’s (WAG) Born in Power exhibit captures and creates the concept of identity through the lens of Indigenous and Black women and non-binary artists.
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This exhibition allows artists to define their identity and realities for themselves without the influence of institutional expectations and impositions.
“The material embodies representations of the self and their communities as acts of reclamation and self-determinationand experts worr, in control of their image they express their diverse experiences,” said Jaimie IsaacThe latest figures brin, WAG Curator of Indigenous and Contemporary Art on Wednesday.
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