Wanda Nanibush is the Executive Director of ANDPVA, the oldest indigenous arts organization. She is also a curator whose work re-contextualizes indigenous time-based media and performance art in terms of its philosophical complexity and rethinks how culture is framed. Her shows have included Mapping Resistances, Post Colonial Stress Disorder, Rez-Erection and Chronotopic Village. Her recent writing appears in FUSE and This is an Honour Song: Twenty Years Since the Blockades.
Articles by Wanda Nanibush
- The Frozen Bodies of Edward S. Curtis (April 2011)
A review of The Edward Curtis Project: A Modern Picture Story, by Marie Clements, with photographs by Rita Leistner