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Meet the Artists: Duane Linklater and Brian Jungen

Still from Brian Jungen and Duane Linklater’s Modest Livelihood (2012)

Meet the Artists: Duane Linklater and Brian Jungen

April 9, 2014
Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario

On the occasion of the AGO exhibition of their collaborative film Modest Livelihood (2012) Brian
Jungen and Duane Linklater discuss the film and their recent work. Modest Livelihood is concerned with the use and self-determination of native land. Both its creators are indigenous artists: Jungen, internationally recognized for his sculptures, is DaneZaa, while Linklater, who has been working with moving image and performance to portray Native oral histories and learning methods, is Omaskêko Cree.

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Duane Linklater and Brian Jungen - Meet the Artists
1 hour 30 minutes
The creators of the film Modest Livelihood, Duane Linklater and Brian Jungen, discuss the film and its concerns with the use of self-determination of native land.
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