OCAD University’s course LandMarks uses an interdisciplinary lens from which to critically unpack what it means to create public art in the context of National Parks. Students were asked to reflect on the very concept of nationhood by reconstructing narratives of identity that embrace indigeneity, engage with legacies of colonialism and reimagine contemporary Canada. In the form of limited-term on-site interventions at Rouge National Park, students’ works consider the political, economic and cultural implications of the stories we tell about ourselves through our relationships to land, histories and collective futures.