June 5 – July 31, 2018
Thursday, July 19, 6 pm. Drinks at the Palomino Smokehouse to follow from 7pm
1. Prototype for self-help and navigation.
2. The non-linear motions of healing in standardized and capitalist environments.
Jaime McDonald is a queer Métis woman working toward her BFA at the Alberta College of Art + Design with a major in Media Arts. Her practice is primarily concerned with reclaiming and grasping onto her identity in a non-intersectional society. Focusing on her Indigenous heritage, her sexuality, and her mental health, McDonald works in a variety of media including documented and live performance, installation, sculpture, video, and sound. She uses feelings of nostalgia, longing, and confrontation to address the binaries she faces.