Gå till innehåll

1988, Canada

Throughout the last couple of years Nic Wilsons practice has been vexed by questions of grief and mourning. He asks himself: who do I mourn for? How do I do it and when? What is an appropriate and acceptable act of mourning? When Wilson looks for public monuments, he is often confronted with monuments to war or statues of religious or state leaders. Across Turtle Island (also known as North America), these are reminders of painful colonial histories. They are objects made to valourize the reproductive lineages that drive white supremacy and maintain the status quo of state and religious power.



Senast uppdaterad:


Kontakta OpenArt

Kontakta Örebro kommuns servicecenter

Telefon: 019-21 10 00 

Öppettider: Vardagar kl. 8–16.30

Besöksadress: Näbbtorgsgatan 10

Öppettider: Vardagar kl. 10–16

E-post till servicecenter