Tanya Lukin Linklater

Tanya Lukin Linklater (Alutiiq, born in 1976, Kodiak Island, USA; lives in North Bay, Canada) considers the histories of Indigenous peoples’ lives, lands and structures of sustenance through performances, works for camera, installations and writing. Her performances in relation to objects, scores and ancestral belongings generate what she has come to call “felt structures.” Her work has been shown at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the Chicago Architecture Biennial; the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; the Remai Modern, Saskatoon; and elsewhere. In 2021, she participated in the New Museum Triennial and received the Herb Alpert Award in Visual Art.

NOTE: Due to unforeseen circumstances, Tanya Lukin Linklater’s program The sky held me (rainfall on hands hair lips) will be postponed until Fall 2022. New dates and times will be announced in the coming weeks, visit our events calendar and/or Instagram page for updates.

Participated in the “Contingencies of Care” Residency, 2021.

Works

Tanya Lukin Linklater at 72 Perth

Location: 72 Perth Avenue

NOTE: Due to unforeseen circumstances, Tanya Lukin Linklater’s program The sky held me (rainfall on hands hair lips) will be postponed until Fall 2022. New dates and times will be announced in the coming weeks, visit our events calendar and/or Instagram page for updates. In August 2021 and continuing to…

Programs

POSTPONED: The sky held me (rainfall on hands hair lips)

Location: Colborne Lodge

Note: Due to unforeseen circumstances, The sky held me (rainfall on hands hair lips) will be postponed until Fall 2022. New dates and times will be shared via our website and social media channels. The sky held me (rainfall on hands hair lips) was intended to be a series of springtime…

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