#LIWYFTTG (Land is Where Your Feet Touch The Ground) is an ongoing curatorial investigation that explores the complexities of territory framed through Indigenous experience, creative memory and acknowledgement of home and land within the urban landscape of Tkaronto.

The possibilities obtained by teasing out Indigenous narratives affords land-based opportunities to exist and flourish on the ground we share as a means to symbolically reclaim relationship to the land and origins of Tkaronto as an Indigenous place.

 

#LIWYFTTG was supported by the Toronto Arts Council, with funding from the City of Toronto in 2018. 

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Creator: 
"This is Research" poster for Ryan Rice's project
This is Research-full poster. Image features an art piece, a welcome mat, against a black background.
Thursday, May 2, 2019 - 3:15pm
Lab Member: 
Ryan Rice

Overview

Thursday May 2nd, 2019
"This is Research" poster for Ryan Rice's project

#LIWYFTTG (Land is Where Your Feet Touch The Ground) is an ongoing curatorial investigation that explores the complexities of territory framed through Indigenous experience, creative memory and acknowledgement of home and land within the urban landscape of Tkaronto.

The possibilities obtained by teasing out Indigenous narratives affords land-based opportunities to exist and flourish on the ground we share as a means to symbolically reclaim relationship to the land and origins of Tkaronto as an Indigenous place.

 

#LIWYFTTG was supported by the Toronto Arts Council, with funding from the City of Toronto in 2018. 

Toronto Arts Council Logo

This is Research-full poster. Image features an art piece, a welcome mat, against a black background.

Documents:

PDF icon ThisIsResearch - LIWYFTTG.pdf

Ryan Rice

Photo of Ryan Rice
rrice@faculty.ocadu.ca
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