Nadia Myre, video still from  Living with Contradiction , 2018. Courtesy the artist.

Nadia Myre, video still from Living with Contradiction, 2018. Courtesy the artist.

Listen, speak and sing

Nadia Myre
Prefix ICA

Curated by Betty Julian

October 4–November 30, 2019 
Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art
401 Richmond St W, Suite 124

Friday, October 4, 2019
7:00 to 9:00 pm: Opening reception, Prefix ICA

Thursday, October 24, 2019 (as part of Art Crawl)
7:00 pm: Curatorial Talk, Prefix ICA

Prefix ICA is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Nadia Myre featuring photographic, video and sound artworks that expand our understanding of the complexities of living as an Indigenous person in the twenty-first century. In these new works, Myre presents multiple subjects, objects, and sounds that speak beyond the limited notions of recognition. In this exhibition, the artist re-imagines and re-contextualizes images and materials to explore notions of Indigenous being within a framework of resistance and resilience.

Nadia Myre is an Algonquin member of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation and a Montreal-based interdisciplinary artist. Her evolving art practice explores the politics of belonging and emphasizes collaboration, community building and skill sharing as strategies for Indigenous futurity and cross-cultural understanding.

Betty Julian is an off-reserve citizen of Sipekne’katnik First Nation (Indian Brook First Nation) in Nova Scotia. Betty is the Adjunct Curator at Prefix ICA and a curator of contemporary art with a specialization in photography, film and video as art forms. 

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