Phantom stills & vibrations

Lara Kramer (Montréal)

May 10 - June 10, 2018

Vernissage : Thursday, May 10 – 5 p.m.

Lara Kramer’s work confronts the brutal relationships between Indigenous peoples and Settler society. For this performance and installation, Kramer draws the spectator into an immersive experience of the former Pelican Lake Indian Residential School, where three generations of her family attended. Produced in collaboration with Stefan Petersen, Phantom stills & vibrations explores the residual effects of the Residential school system and the continuing trauma that permeates the landscape.

Lara Kramer is an Oji-Cree choreographer and multidisciplinary artist. Her works have been hailed by critics including Native Girl Syndrome, which exposes the marginalization and victimization of Indigenous women and the effects of cultural genocide.


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