Jade Nasogaluak Carpenter


  • (That’s A-Mori) – 2016
  • Photographic prints
  • Variable dimensions
(That’s A-Mori)

Growing up in Alberta’s capital city, with its Inuit population spread far and wide, I felt a detachment from my heritage that grew over the years. I use the ghost as a proxy to speak to, visualize and come to terms with my cultural disconnect as an urban Inuk and the diaspora I sense, growing up away from my culture.

– Jade Nasogaluak Carpenter

2018 billboard locations


Please note that not all digital billboards will be displaying Resilience consistently. Treaty, territory, and language information has been referenced from Native Land, and may be incomplete.