The things an Injun’s gotta do to pay rent on stolen land

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Saturday, October 1, 2022
Friday, November 4, 2022

Opening reception with performance by TJ Felix and Eris Nyx
Saturday, October 1st at 5pm

The exhibition will present many works in many mediums on many surfaces and screens. We will feature new video works created in collaboration with Solomon Chiniquay and Arash Khakpour.

this is the art of survival,
the begging, the stealing, the borrowing,
the folly of trying to clog a void,
the cowardly embrace of capitalism,
this is my mutated memory,
ethereal shrouds & all,
these are my mistakes,
I am humbling myself before the gaping maw of the crumbly empire,
because I love you,
because I am doing all I can to do right by my family, friends, lost loved ones & my ancestors

this is wut we do best,
we adapt

this is just an adaptation

pls give me $$$ for art

About the 

TJ Felix is a Secwepemc two-spirit artist, musician and colonial law breaker from the Splatsin region of Secwepemculecw. They are currently couch surfing and missing home on the stolen lands of the Squamish, Musqueam, & Tsleil-Waututh peoples.

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