How we mark land and how land marks us, 2017

Tanya Lukin Linklater with Laura Ortman, Elisa Harkins and Hanako Hoshimi-Caines

Within Indigenous understandings of treaty, as fixed through orality, the treaty is held within the body and speaks to our ancestors’ agency and sovereignty, to the land, to sharing, and to a sense of urgent futurity. Thinking through an embodiment of treaty, this collaborative performance will feature “scores” that develop over the course of the artists’ residency, unfolding into a sensorial experience.