Part of a new mural in Montreal by Jessica Sabogal.
Since 1980, 3000 native Canadian women have been murdered/gone missing. Indigenous women are five times more likely than other women to die as a result of violence. Sixty percent of known perpetrators are white men.
Support our indiegogo campaign until 26th june ! Rad walrus patch + two-row wampum print and other amazing screenprinted stufffffs here : igg.me/at/decolonizingstreetart
This project is amazing and you should totally go throw money at it and get beautiful some beautiful art.
Dope 30 ft. tall, mural version of the #ItEndsHere poster put up at the Paint PHX event in Phoenix, AZ last weekend on International Women’s Day. Amazing work!
jaquefragua x greyeyesart rocking it.
RISE and DECOLONIZE, y’all.
This is awesome. Our Indigenous brothers standing strong and spreading the good word.
Companion website to the book Islands of Decolonial Love by Leanne Simpson, featuring music by Nick Ferrio, Tara Williamson, Sarah Decarlo, Melody Mckiver, A Tribe Called Red, Sean Conway, Leanne Simpson, and Cris Derksen.
This is really, really beautiful.
The Symposium on Decolonial Aesthetics From The Americas will host diverse artists and scholars of the Americas and the Caribbean…
Decolonial aesthetics acknowledges and subverts the presence of colonial power and control in the realm of the senses. A decolonial option refers to a theoretical, practical or methodological choice geared toward de-linking aesthetics, at the epistemic level, from the discourse of colonialism that is embedded in modernity itself. It is an alternative approach that challenges the hegemony of modern/colonial aesthetics. By sharing their research and creative practices, symposium participants will develop and explore the decolonial option within the context of art practices in the Americas.
- “Decolonize Turtle Island”, textile, Montreal
(Special thanks to my friends Zola + Stela)
End the exotification, fetishization, and tokenism of indigenous peoples on indigenous land! Decolonize Art & Culture! With this statement, we want to aknowledge that the public space we are using to create streetart is on stolen Native land. The city of Montreal rests on territory that was never given away or traded by the Kanien’kehá:ka Nation. Doing street art without regards to the History of these territories perpetuates colonialism. We hereby stand in solidarity with Idle no More and other grassroots Indigenous movements resisting colonialism everywhere in Turtle Island, and join forces with the settlers for the decolonization of this Land and of our relationships. As a concrete effort to bring up political issues regarding colonialism, we have created these solidary messages, in our way, in the streets. ——
(text for OFFmuralEs X Idle no More)
THESE ARE SO MANY OF THE THINGS I LOVE IN ONE
Nicholas Galanin Is Part of a Generation That Is Redefining “Native”
Nicholas Galanin, “Things Are Looking Native, Native’s Looking Whiter” (2012) (all images copyright…
Write up is pretty basic but cool artist
“Not being racist is not some default starting position. You don’t simply get to say you’re not a racist; not being racist — or a sexist or a homophobe — is a constant, arduous process of unlearning, of being uncomfortable, of eating crow and being humbled and re-evaluating. It’s probably hard to start that process if you’ve been told that every thought you have is golden and should be given voice, and that people who are offended by what you say are hypersensitive simpletons.”
PostBourgie (via thugzmansion)
have repeated this countless times - yet it bears repeating again and again and again…
Demian Dine’ Yazhi’
Untitled (For Andrea Smith), 2012
Letterpress print on Stonehenge paper / white / 250 gsm
The text was hand-set in Futura Condensed / 36 pt.