The Indigenous Exhibit at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

I worked with the designers and curators of the new Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, Manitoba to put together the welcoming exhibit for the Museum. The space is the first thing visitors encounter when entering the Museum, and the installations in the space are meant to convey Indigenous worldviews and illustrate our connections to the land. My contribution was one of three Indigenous installations, and is based on the teachings of the Iroquois Thanksgiving Address, the Ohenten Kariwatekwen.

These are photos taken by Museum staff of the installation and of the whole exhibit…

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