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Remix: New Modernities in a Post-Indian World

April 4 – August 23, 2009

A collaborative exhibition created by the Heard Museum and the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, Remix seeks to explore complex ideas about what it means to be an indigenous artist in the 21st century. The exhibition, featuring the work of 15 artists from across the western hemisphere, explores the very limits of human experience.

Organized by the Heard Museum and the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. Co-curated by Gerald McMaster & Joe Baker.

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Are we past the age of an aboriginal art show?

Recorded: Sunday, August 23 2009
Duration: 1:04:19

Remix Artists in Conversation (Audio)

Provocative Remix artists Franco Mondini-Ruiz and Kent Monkman will discuss their work with exhibition co-curator and AGO Curator of Canadian Art, Gerald McMaster.

AGO Remix Exhibition Redefines the 21st-century Indian Artist

March 16, 2009. From images of Apache kids with skateboards to traditional tribal graphics, Remix: New Modernities in a Post-Indian World explores the challenges of being indigenous and an artist in the 21st century

Video: Bernard Williams on Remix

Artist Bernard Williams speaks about his work in the Remix exhibition

Video: Steven Yazzie on Remix

Artist Steven Yazzie speaks about his work in the Remix exhibition

Video: Kade Twist on Remix

Artist Kade Twist speaks about his work in the Remix exhibition

Are we past the age of an aboriginal art show? (Audio)

Exhibition curators Gerald McMaster and Joe Baker, Globe and Mail art critic Sarah Milroy, and professor of African and African Diaspora art history and visual culture Salah Hassan discuss the exhibition Remix: New Modernities in a Post-Indian World.

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