Caroline Monnet: Multidisciplinary Decolonial Praxis
This screening is part of the Indigenous speaker series Regeneration: All Our Relations that highlights emerging relationships to the environment and to the realm of mythology, imaginary or spiritual led by Indigenous scholars and artists. It seeks to build upon interdisciplinary efforts to decolonize the curriculum and is aimed at introducing diverse systems of knowledge and pedagogy across the varied methodologies within the faculty.
Presented by the Department of Cinema & Media Arts and Sensorium in association with the Indigenous speaker series Regeneration: All Our Relations.
November 21, 2023
Price Family Cinema
Caroline Monnet (Anishinaabe/French) is a multidisciplinary artist whose work renders Indigenous identity and bicultural living through an examination of shifting cultural histories. She is noted for working with industrial materials processes, blending vocabularies of popular and traditional visual knowledges with tropes of modernist abstraction to create a unique formal language.