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The imagery of the journey is dotted by markers of industry, refracted light, ships as shadows in the distance, and boiler rooms of infinite gauges; with Morse code and jamming radio signals providing a continuous backing track. Drawn from the poem Tales of a Wayside Inn, the exhibition title speaks to a momentary union between two entities.
Framed together, Monnet critiques the colonial, industrial and economic interchange between Canada and Europe as an indigenous woman.
Like ships in the night speaks to the interconnectedness and the diversity of views that shape our place within the world, shedding light on the given historical and cultural complexities of our contemporary colonial context. Caroline Monnet is the recipient of the Walter Phillips Gallery Indigenous Commission Award, created to support the commission of new work. University of Michigan.
Her work demonstrates a keen interest in communicating complex ideas around Indigenous identity and bicultural living through the examination of cultural histories. Photo by: Rita Taylor. Ground floor of Glyde Hall and is wheelchair accessible.
The gallery is closed for public holidays. Phone Main Switchboard Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity is located on the lands of Treaty 7 territory.