Postcommodity

Postcommodity, Repellent Eye (Winnipeg), 2010, Installation, Photo courtesy of Jason Grubb

 

Postcommodity

Postcommodity is a contemporary American Indian artist collective comprised of Raven Chacon (Navajo), Kade L. Twist (Cherokee), Nathan Young (Delaware/Kiowa/Pawnee) and Steven Yazzie (Laguna/Navajo) that was founded in 2007. Postcommodity combines their intertribal Indigenous worldview with interdisciplinary actions and conceptual art practice as a means to engage in Indigenous human rights advocacy and decolonize the geographies and discourse of the Western Hemisphere. Postcommodity is a proud descendent of the American Indian self-determination movement that seeks to contribute to the larger postcolonial Indigenous narrative of social, cultural, political and economic perseverance.

WORK
Mother, Teacher, Destroyer, 2010
Courtesy the Artists

LOCATION
Main Exhibition Site

WORK
Repellent Eye (Winnipeg) 2011
Courtesy the Artists

LOCATION
Manitoba Hydro Place

www.postcommodity.com
 

Gallery

Mother, Teacher, Destroyer (detail), 2010,  photo by Scott Benesiinaabandan Mother, Teacher, Destroyer (detail), 2010,  photo by Scott Benesiinaabandan Mother, Teacher, Destroyer (detail), 2010,  photo by Scott Benesiinaabandan Mother, Teacher, Destroyer (detail), 2010,  photo by Scott Benesiinaabandan Mother, Teacher, Destroyer (detail), 2010,  photo by Scott Benesiinaabandan Repellent Eye (Winnipeg), 2011,  photo by Scott Benesiinaabandan

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