Dana Claxton Lecture at Ryerson Image Centre

Tanenbaum Lecture with Dana Claxton

Contributing to Consciousness Through a Lens Based Praxis

Join artist Dana Claxton for a talk as part of the Ryerson Image Centre’s Tanenbaum Lecture Series. This talk will unpack Claxton’s artistic practice/praxis and locate her work within ideas of consciousness.

Dana Claxton is an award-winning artist working in film, video, performance and photography. She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory at the University of British Columbia. Investigating indigenous beauty, spirit and the socio/cultural political, Claxton’s work has been shown and collected internationally. Her family reserve is Wood Mountain Lakota First Nations.