“Giving Indigenous Media-makers a Voice” a curatorial statement on IsumaTV by Candice Hopkins

I remember the first work that I saw of the Isuma collective, it was a video released in 1993 called Saputi (Fish Traps). Like most of Isuma‚Äôs videos, the emphasis is on action not on dialogue. The camera follows a family in the late fall as they go about setting rock traps along the shallow … Continue reading “Giving Indigenous Media-makers a Voice” a curatorial statement on IsumaTV by Candice Hopkins