Anspayaxw: sound-and-photographic installation by Canadian artist John Wynne in collaboration with photographer Denise Hawrysio, linguist Tyler Peterson, and members of the Indigenous Gitxsan community. Wynne merges recordings of the endangered Gitxsanimaax language, oral histories, and songs with situational portraits of the participants and images of handmade street signs on the reserve. Wynne considers the complex relationships linking language speakers and linguistic researchers to questions of power, ownership, and the desire to document, preserve, and revitalize endangered languages. Ten Thousand Suns: works in sculpture, audio, video and performance by Rebecca Belmore, Tanya Tagaq, Luke Parnell, Guadalupe Martinez, Abbas Akhavan, Jamie Look, Ali Ahadi, Erin Siddall, Carlos Colín and Brianne Nord-Stewart. These artists investigate our past and present relationships to resource extraction, the body and land.