Lara Kramer is an artist of mixed Oji-Cree and settler heritage, born in London, Canada. Lara lives in Tiohtià:ke / Mooniyang / Montreal, Canada. She is a member of the first generation not to attend the Indian residential schools of Canada. Her practice includes performance, choreography, installation, sound art, video, and visual art. Her choreography, research, and fieldwork over the last twelve years have been grounded in intergenerational relations and knowledge, and her work stands out for the use of deceleration and the close and instinctive listening to the body as forms of resistance.
- Countries / Nations
- Oji-Cree / Mennonite, Canada
Past / amongst / bones and seeds
A series of audio walking dialogues with the Oji-Cree / Mennonite artist and choreographer Lara Kramer, curated by the Black art critic James Oscar. Conversations will explore Kramer’s image-making and performative explorations spanning from her early photographic exploration of Portage la Prairie and Brandon Indian Residential School to her present billboard project In Blankets, Herds and Ghosts.
In Blankets, Herds and Ghosts by Lara Kramer is presented by Dazibao, in collaboration with MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels), as part of Dazibao satellite.