Multimedia exhibit Mixed Berries showcases work of Bracken Hanuse Corlett, Amanda Strong

Mia' / Link to Gallery 2

Catch NSI Aboriginal Documentary short Mia’ from Amanda Strong and Bracken Hanuse Corlett at Gallery 2 in Grand Forks, BC as part of Mixed Berries – an exhibit centered around the production of the film.

Alongside the screening of Mia’ and display of the associated film set and props, Amanda and Bracken present new works from the past year.

Amanda and Bracken gave a statement about the show:

“We come from backgrounds that span many territories, both Indigenous and European. This mixing has an innate yet perhaps unquantifiable impact on the work we do. Mixed berries, mixed medicine, mixed paint, process and practice.”

Mixed Berries is on until November 19.

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