Deathscapes

Resisting Colonial Representations C - Lindsay Delaronde

Deathscapes

 

[imagecaption] Inez-Point, In Defiance. Artist: Lindsay Katsitsakatste Delaronde. [/imagecaption]

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‘By incorporating an Indigenous perspective through the creation of these artworks, we ourselves can define and transcend this one discriminating word into powerful images that reflect an internal transformation process. The importance of First Nations women’s perceptions of themselves needs to be expressed through their own voices, bodies, and environment, rather than having exterior influences defining what it means to be an erotic, sensual, vulnerable Indigenous wom[an].’

Lindsay Katsitsakatste Delaronde, Iroquois, Mohawk Nation



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