NSCAD Graduation Catalogue

2015

Laura Grier

BFA Interdisciplinary
Portfolio

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Like “canaries in a gold mine,” the deteriorating health of fish and other wildlife speaks volumes about the need to clean up our waters. This series of lithograph and silkscreen prints subtly refers to our current way of life and its effects on living creatures. The work is influenced by actual scientific discoveries and northern Inuit Printmaking. As an Indigenous artist my work is inspired by the dynamism of Indigenous art practices and is grounded in Indigenous worldviews and lived experiences.

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