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Title: Circle
Author: Morin, Peter
Degree Master of Fine Arts - MFA
Program Interdisciplinary Studies
Copyright Date: 2011
Publicly Available in cIRcle 2011-04-18
Abstract: This written thesis supports the MFA exhibition, Circle. In both thesis and exhibition, I articulate that the act of speaking language creates connection for both the speaker and the listener to the history of knowledge and ideas within its specific community of origin. The spoken language is connected to the history of knowledge and ideas within its specific community of origin and has a structure which implies physicality; therefore, the spoken language exists beside other established created objects within indigenous practice. Through the documentation of unique situations of indigenous language speaking within contexts of cultural practice, this thesis articulates my process of speaking my indigenous Tahltan language as a performance of indigenous Tahltan meaning which, in turn, is part of the creation process of the indigenous Tahltan objects in Circle. Both thesis and exhibition together are an offering of a blanket, a river, stones, salmon, and the Tahltan land, as an embodied practice of articulating Tahltan epistemologies through the creation of objects connected to spoken Tahltan language.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2429/33720
Scholarly Level: Graduate

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