Resilience

Jade Nasogaluak Carpenter

Inuvialuit

  • (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

billboard locations

Treaty:

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.