Click here to read the article about Skawennati’s work and her incredibly successful year in 2017.
Article by Marie-Ève Charron, published in Le Devoir.
Tomorrow People, the most recent solo show by Skawennati at OBORO, was reviewed in Canadian Art. Click Tomorrow People – Canadian Art to read the article.
Skawennati was selected to be in Uchronia I What if ?, a digital exhibition presented in the HyperPavilion of the Venice Biennial, in a project curated by NT2 Laboratory.
Skawennati is among the three Canadian artists whose work will be exhibited in the HyperPavillon, along with Pippin Barr and Jon Rafman.
A review of Tomorrow People, a solo exhibition by Skawennati presented at OBORO, by Eli Larin.
Click on Le monde de demain de Skawennati: Décoloniser le cyberespace | EX_SITU to read the article.
Tomorrow People a solo show by Skawennati at Montreal art center OBORO. The artist presents her newest machinima She Falls for Ages (2016).
ELLEPHANT is pleased to announce it’s first participation to the contemporary art fair Art Toronto 2016
During the fair, Toronto Life journal has named Skawennati as one of The 10 most exciting artists to check out at Art Toronto.
In the first week of May, Skawennati and Jason Lewis, representing their Initiative for Indigenous Futures partnership, will be heading up to Yellowknife to give a talk and a workshop in Indigenous Character Design (for machinima) at Western Arctic Moving Pictures. They will also give a seminar and a workshop on envisioning the Indigenous future at Dechinta Bush University.
Artist Skawennati invites us to don a headset to explore the sets and meet the stars of her renowned machinima, TimeTraveller™. Experience an Aboriginally-determined virtual world in Second Life.
April 28 – May 8, 2016
Canadian International Documentary Festival
Review of Skawennati’s current exhibition at the Dunlop Art Gallery written by Charles Atlas Sheppard for the Regina weekly newspaper. LINK
Realizing the Virtual: A TimeTraveller™ Experience at the Dunlop Art Gallery.
Curated by Jennifer Matotek, Director/Curator
November 27, 2015 – January 13, 2016