Join us for a public performance of The Elders Say We Don’t Visit Anymore with artist Dylan Miner.
Miner’s art often inhabits the resonant spaces where social practice and Indigenous culture meet.
Inspired by sentiments expressed by retired Anishinaabe autoworkers in his home community of East Lansing, Michigan, this work reflects the practice of visiting in an urbanized place.
During this performance, participants are invited to slow down and join the artist for a cup of tea made from traditional medicinal plants.
This performance is part of the exhibition Àbadakone | Continuous Fire | Feu continuel.
Included with admission to the Gallery.
PHOTOGRAPHY NOTICE: Participants at this event will be photographed. Photographs taken during the performance may be used by the Gallery for the exhibition catalogue and other promotional purposes, and will be retained in the Gallery’s archives for future use. The photographs may also be used by the artist for promotional purposes, including to promote future performances, and will be retained in the artist’s archives for future use. Please note that participants will be required to sign a consent and release form. Forms will be provided at the Gallery on the day of the performance, just prior to its commencement.