taïna mueth

This collage was made last summer when I visited an Inuit community in Nunavik for the first time, in Kuujjuaraapik to be more specific. I have never felt so much in symbiosis with nature, and I had the privilege to discover the powerful Inuit culture that is so little known to people due to systemic erasure. The picture in the background was taken by myself during a trip on the "Land" (which refers to the Inuit Nunangat or Inuit homeland) and in the forefront, you can see an Inuk woman stretching a sealskin on a frame in 1961. This collage is about the resistance and resilience of the Indigenous, Métis, and Inuit peoples and how their knowledge is intrinsically linked to the resurgence and conservation of nature.

  • Digital collage
  • 8.5x11
  • Matte paper 350 gsm

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