DEC 1 – 10, 2020: KAYLA RUDDERHAM

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Kayla Rudderham, MAAE student exhibitor 

About this exhibition, Rudderham states, “As Indigenous perspectives and ways of knowing continue to be undermined by colonization, I want to remind people of the connections between human beings and the land. Emojis have become a widely understood way of communicating, and through their usage in this work I aim to remember and share the original names given to places in Nova Scotia by Mi’kmaq. Through drawing, bead work and collage, the work explores the images and language of place.”  



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