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Nicole Bauberger

Nicole Bauberger has been painting along the side of Canadian highways since 2008. more

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"Moccasin tops created by Florence Moses of Whitehorse"

Photo by Christi Belcourt.

Christi Belcourt, a Métis artist based in Espanola, Ont., was looking for a way to bring attention to the issue of violence against aboriginal women when she had the idea for an installation of moccasin vamps – the top part that’s often beaded. more

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Two southern francophone artists, Louis Couturier and Jacky Georges Lafargue, shot photographs and video footage in Resolute Bay, Nunavut, and then created multimedia installations for public galleries in France, Montreal, Regina and Moose Jaw. more

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The Yukon Transportation Museum had a plane they wanted people to warm up to. The DC-3, mounted on a pole outside the museum, right beside the Alaska highway, works as Canada’s biggest weathervane, even if it doesn’t fly anymore. more

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In an art world where anything is possible, the artist must create his own context. Joseph Tisiga imagines all of his artwork as the product of his fictional Indian Brand Corporation, also known as IBC. more

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In Abundance, Max Liboiron takes discoveries from Dawson City dumps and creates a modular installation depicting the town and its nuisance grounds, aiming to make trash valuable enough for viewers to take home. more

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In Eva Brandl’s Valse Suite, the viewer walks into space. Most of the installation’s pieces have gaps, holes, or pieces cut away, and conceptually it leaves space to wonder in. more

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The Yukon provides an excellent context to consider opposites — the easy assumption that natural is good and manufactured is bad falls away in a place where a person can die from lack of manufactured shelter. more

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