Bonnie Devine (Serpent River First Nation, born and lives in Toronto, ON, Canada) is a descendant of the Genaabaajing Anishinaabek (Serpent River First Nation) in Ontario. Her cross-disciplinary artwork emerges from traditional Indigenous storytelling and image-making methods and has been exhibited in Canada and internationally. She holds degrees in sculpture and installation from the Ontario College of Art and Design (now OCAD University) and York University and is the recipient of numerous awards, including a 2011 Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship. Devineisan associate professor emerita at OCAD University and the Founding Chair of OCAD’s Indigenous Visual Culture program.
Location: Union Station
In response to various objects in Luis Jacob’s installation The View From Here, Bonnie Devine introduces a surveyor’s transit from her project Circles and Lines: Michi Saagiig, 2018. View-finding instruments have been used since antiquity to mark out, allot, and regulate land, including the land of the Mississauga Nation that…