Nothing is Natural

For Nothing is Natural, indigenous activist collective R.I.S.E.: Radical Indigenous Survivance and Empowerment joined with two other collectives, Winter Count and Postcommodity, to create a performative art exhibition organized by Demian Din√©Yazhi’ (R.I.S.E.), Ginger Dunnill (Winter Count), and participating artists, with curator Stephanie Snyder ’91, director and curator of Reed’s Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery. The exhibition was on view for one day—August 11, 2017—and was part of Converge 45, a newly established city-wide arts happening in Portland, Oregon.

"The outdoor installation, created by art collective Winter Count, titled “Nothing is Natural,” is an incredibly poignant work, redressing the notion of violence against the natural world, violence against women, and violence against Indigenous bodies." -Erin Joyce, Hyperallergic

Winter Count is a growing collective of multi-disciplinary artists, working in film, performance, installation, sculpture, storytelling and sound composition.

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