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Art Exhibit: “Aabijijiwan / Ukeyat yanalleh, The Water Flows Continuously” by Karen Goulet and Monique Verdin

May 23 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

MN Marine Art Museum_Art Exhibit

“Aabijijiwan / Ukeyat yanalleh,” which translates to “The Water Flows Continuously” in Ojibwe and Houma, is a collaborative exhibition by multimedia artists Karen Goulet (Ojibwe) and Monique Verdin (Houma). These two artists are bound by a common river, united by the Mississippi or Misi-ziibi (“Big River” in Ojibwe), originating in the north and remembered as Misha sipokni “(Older than Time” in Chata) in the coastal territories of the southern Delta, where the bayous of Turtle Island meet the sea. Goulet and Verdin use sculpture, textiles, photographs, collages, and video to illuminate the myriad aspects that connect personal memories and curiosities, seasonal rituals, and the witnessing of the changes inherent in the complex tapestry of Indigenous and colonial histories interwoven within the watershed they both inhabit.

Karen Goulet and Monique Verdin



Minnesota Marine Art Museum
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Winona, MN 55987 United States
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