Judy Anderson is Nêhiyaw (Cree) from Gordon First Nation, Saskatchewan, Treaty 4 territory and an Associate Professor of Canadian Indigenous Studio Art in the Department of Art at the University of Calgary. Anderson’s practice includes beadwork, installation, hand-made paper, painting, three-dimensional pieces, and, collaborative projects all of which are deeply personalwith a focus on issues of spirituality, family, colonialism and Indigenous epistemological and ontological traditions.

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New Work

 

borderLINE: 2020 Biennial of Contemporary Art

Remai Modern, Saskatchewan.

Sept 26, 2020 – Feb 14, 2021

 

IMAGE LIST:

NEW BEADWORK SERIES “A SQUARE IS NOT A CIRCLE”

A Square is Not a Circle (East) (2020) size 12 French reproduction white heart beads on stroud cloth, 17” x 17”.

 

A Square is Not a Circle (South) (2020) size 12 French reproduction white heart beads on stroud cloth, 17” x 17”.

 

A Square is Not a Circle (West) (2020) size 12 French reproduction white heart beads on stroud cloth, 17” x 17”.

 

A Square is Not a Circle (North) (2020) size 12 French reproduction white heart beads on stroud cloth, 17” x 17”.

 

Photo credit: Blaine Campbell

 

INSTALLATION FOR borderLINE 

On the wall (Work by Judy Anderson):

I feel this way all the time (2020) copper plated beads on stroud cloth, coyote fur,  approx. 20” x 66”.

 

I have seen him like this (2020) copper plated beads on stroud cloth, bear fur approx. 18” x 60”.

 

On the plinth (Work by Cruz Anderson):

Gold Leafed Panel
Cree
Early 21st Century
Gold, Clay and Wood on Bear
8 ½” x 11”
CA 420-A

 

Gold Leafed Panel
Cree
Early 21st Century
Gold, Clay and Wood on Coyote
8 ½” x 11”
CA 420-B

 

Photo credit: Blain Campbell

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