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Skin Deep at the Carleton U Art Gallery

This piece by Ningeokuluk Teevee, "Shaman Revealed", is part of a new exhibit at the Carleton University Art Gallery.

This piece by Ningeokuluk Teevee, “Shaman Revealed”, is part of a current exhibit at the Carleton University Art Gallery.

Curated by Lisa Truong, a doctoral candidate at Carleton University, Skin Deep explores the importance of skin and skin clothing in Inuit culture. In Inuit narratives skin is depicted as something that can be worn, shed, and manipulated. From tattoos to clothing, skin is a way one can express identity. The exhibit looks at the tools used to hunt and skin animals, alongside prints, drawings, and sculptures. On until August 10 at the Carleton University Art Gallery.
•Carleton University Art Gallery, St. Patrick’s Building, 1125 Colonel By Dr., 613-520-2120. cuag.carleton.ca
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