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Jude Norris (Plains Cree) will
exhibit in 2007 at the Campbell River and District Public Art
Gallery in Campbell River, British Columbia, and in 2008 at Harcourt
House in Edmonton, Alberta. She works in several media including
video and sculpture. Her videos are often non-narrative meditations
with unusual voice-overs, such as A Horse Called Memory
and Lullaby. Her video Red Buffalo Skydive, an animation
with a story told in voice-over, has screened at 23 festivals,
premiering in 1999 at the IMAGeNation Aboriginal Film and Video
Festival in Vancouver, Canada, and most recently screening at
the 2006 Message Sticks Indigenous Film Festival in Sydney, Australia.
In 2006, her solo exhibition "Scars of Gold and Other Colours"
at Trane Studio in Toronto, Ontario, featured canvases that she
slashed and sewed back together, in a representation of the healing
process. In 2005, she was an artist-in-residence at Gibraltar
Point Centre for the Arts in Toronto, Ontario. She served on the
2004 - 2005 planning committee for the Aboriginal gallery at the
Provincial Museum of Alberta. Norris has studied integrated media
at the Ontario College of Art & Design in Toronto, Ontario,
and studied art at Middlesex University and Kensington & Chelsea
College, in London, England. Norris lives in Toronto, Ontario.
Presentado por NMAI
Fotográficos: Jude Norris
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