The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts is the country’s foremost institution for exhibiting, collecting and interpreting progressive work of contemporary Native artists. It encourages artists to explore radical thought and disruptive approaches to art making that address environmental and political issues. Exposure: Native Art and Political Ecology will explore the responses of Indigenous artists to the impact of nuclear testing and uranium mining on Native peoples and the environment. The exhibition aims to give international Indigenous artists a voice to address the long-term effects of man-made disasters in the forms of nuclear poisoning and uranium mining.
“I take my camera everywhere. Having a few rolls of film to develop gives me a good reason to get up in the morning.”