Tanya Lukin-Linklater Born in 1976. Lives and works in North Bay, Ontario, Canada.
2015-Present Ph.D. (in progress) Queen's University
2001 – 2003 M.Ed. University of Alberta
1994 – 1998 A.B. (Honours) Stanford University
Wood Land School at Under the Mango Tree - Ulterior Sites of Learning, Participant in documenta 14 and Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, Athens, Greece and Kassel, Germany
Wood Land School - Kahatènhston tsi na’tetiátere ne Iotohrkó: wa tánon Iotohrha - Drawing a Line from January to December, (SBC Gallery), Montreal
In Dialogue, Art Museum, University of Toronto
INSURGENCE/RESURGENCE - An Indigenous Art Triennial, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg
Our Side, Missoula Art Museum, Missoula, Montana, USA
A Few Similar Things, Truck Gallery, Calgary
The Harvest Sturdies, All My Relations Arts Gallery, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Beshaabiiganan - Lines in collaboration with Darlene Naponse and Deanna Nebenionquit, la galerie du nouvel – Ontario, Sudbury, Ontario
How we mark land and how land marks us with Laura Ortman, Elisa Harkins and Hanako Hoshimi-Caines at Thousand Islands National Park, LandMarks 2017 + Queen's University
Traces, Urban Shaman, Winnipeg
Resistance After Nature, Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford College, Haverford, Pennsylvania
Le Grand Balcon, La Biennale de Montréal 2016 + Museé d'art contemporain de Montréal
Affinities in conjunction with Joan Jonas' From Away, Centre Phi + DHC / Art, Montreal
Interpretation à l’oeuvre, Astérides + The Darling Foundry, SCIC Friche la Belle de Mai, Marseilles, France
Constellation/conversation, in collaboration with Leanne Simpson, Artspace, Peterborough, Ontario
Turn Out, Remai Modern, Saskatoon
Wood Land School: Critical Anthology, Or Gallery + SFU Galleries, Vancouver
A Parallel Excavation, Ociciwan Collective + Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton
Down To Write You This Poem Sat, Oakville Galleries, Oakville, Ontario
Neither Nor, Modern Fuel Artist Run Centre, Kingston, Ontario
We Are The People, Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery at Weber State University, Ogden, Utah
An accumulation - A relief for Cutting Copper, Belkin Gallery/University of British Columbia, Vancouver
10/10, Indigenous Peoples Artist Collective, Mann Gallery, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Reflections, Indigenous Peoples Artist Collective, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
If We Never Met, Pataka Art + Museum, Porirua, New Zealand
iNuit Blanche, St. John's, Newfoundland
In Each Hand I Keep Each of My Eyes, Hampshire College Art Gallery, Amherst, Massachusetts
Reeling - Dance On Screen, presented by Mile Zero Dance, Edmonton
Accompaniment, EFA Project Space + Performa Festival, New York City
Reading the Line, Western Front, Vancouver
North of the 45th, Gallery 101 + Ontario Scene, Ottawa
Indigenous Choreographers at Riverside Project, Culver Centre for the Arts, Riverside, California
An Annotated Bibliography in Real Time, ARTEXTE, Montreal
Talkin’ back to Johnny Mac, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario
Canadiana, the 8 fest, Small-Gauge Film Festival, Toronto
Concrete Scores, Open Space, Victoria
A Problem So Big It Needs Other People, SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art, Montreal
Memory Keepers, Urban Shaman, Winnipeg
NM/Santiago (New Maternalisms III), Museum of Contemporary Art Santiago, Chile
NUIT BLANCHE WINNIPEG
People of Good Will Project organized by Postcommodity, Musagetes Foundation and Guelph Black Historical Society, Guelph, Ontario (in collaboration with D. Linklater)
la Biennale d'art performatif de Rouyn-Noranda, L'Écart, Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec
Indigenesse, Aurora Cultural Centre, Aurora, Ontario
Wawasayg Film Festival, North Bay, Ontario
grain(s), Images Festival + Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto (in collaboration with D. Linklater)
Canadá: Aproximaciones al paisaje (in)habitado [Canada: On the (non)inhabited landscape], FASE - Encuentro de arte y tecnología 5. Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Stands with a Fist, Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Reel Northern 2, Near North Mobile Media Lab + White Water Gallery, North Bay, Ontario
unspoken-ness, W.K.P. Kennedy Gallery, North Bay, Ontario
You Are Here, Visualizing Place at the Gateway to the North, North Bay, Ontario
Blizzard, Grunt Gallery, Vancouver
VI Mostra Internacional de Videodanca Sao Carlos, Sao Carlos, Brasil
Travelling Exhibition, Open Space, Victoria, British Columbia
Indigenous Choreographers Residency, Culver Center of the Arts, Riverside, California
This is My Song: Perspectives from Contemporary Native Women, The Art Space, Huntsville, Ontario
Up River, Prince Albert Art Gallery, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan (in collaboration with D. Linklater)
Weengushk International Film Festival, Sudbury, Ontario
Sweetgrass Film Festival, Kenora, Ontario
unspoken-ness, Alaska Native Arts Foundation Gallery, Anchorage, Alaska
ACTING-out, Claiming Space: Aboriginal Performance Art Series, Modern Fuel Artist Run Centre, Kingston, Ontario
Performing Memory, Open Sky Creative Society, Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories
Uber Girls, Mann Gallery, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
aiya! 4, W.K.P. Kennedy Gallery, North Bay, Ontario
Give me an A! White Water Gallery, North Bay, Ontario
Performance in Menagerie, an experimental, two-channel video installation by D. Linklater, East Van Gallery in Vancouver
Offering/Offrandes, an online exhibition, Quebec
Ice Follies, W.K.P. Kennedy Gallery’s site-specific sculptural biennale, North Bay
Mapping Resistance, Odehimin-Gizis Festival, 20th anniversary of Oka resistance, Peterborough
Iskwewak: Festival of Performance Art, Sakewewak, Regina, Saskatchewan
foire d’art alternatif de sudbury: hors lieux, la galerie du nouvel – Ontario, Sudbury, Ontario
6th Annual Aboriginal Choreographers Workshop presented by Earth In Motion World Indigenous Dance, Toronto
aiya! Native Women in the Arts: Catalyst Café, Toronto
aiya! 3, TRIBE, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Art Nomade: Indetermination, Le Lobe, Chicoutimi, Quebec
Streets of Home, LIVE Biennale, Vancouver
Actions of Transfer: Women and Performance in the Americas, University of California, Los Angeles/Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, Los Angeles
Visualeyez 2008: Justice, Latitude 53: Visual Culture, Edmonton
Expanse Movement Arts Festival, Edmonton
35th Annual Skookum Jim Folklore Show, Whitehorse, Yukon
"Selection of Event Scores." That I am looking backwards and into for a purpose, to go on: Asimakis, Magdalyn, Symons Sutcliffe, Alexandra and Jared Quinton, eds. New York City: Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program. 2017.
"i fall into a place that is between body and song." ALMANAC. Groat, Maggie, ed. Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery. 2017.
"On the Museum." Inuit Art Quarterly. Volume 30 Issue 2. Summer 2017.
"A Glossary of Insistence." Wood Land School - Critical Anthology Linklater, Duane, ed. Vancouver: Or Gallery + SFU Galleries. Forthcoming 2017. Print.
"Desirous Kinds of Indigenous Futurity." Desiring Change: Contemporary Canadian Feminist Art. Davis, Heather, ed. Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press. Forthcoming 2017. Print.
"Joan Jonas / Affinities." with Olivia Boudreau, Barbara Clausen, Corinn Gerber, Simone Forti, Tanya Lukin Linklater, taisha pagget, Erin Silver and Robin Simpson. C Magazine. Issue 132. Winter 2017.
“An Event Score for Maria Tallchief, Dylan Robinson and Sherry Farrell Racette,” “An Event Score for Kodiak Alutiit 1 (Helen Simeonoff),” “An Event Score for Kodiak Alutiit 2 (To Ales Hrdlicka).” A Parallel Excavation: Duane Linklater and Tanya Lukin Linklater. Art Gallery of Alberta. 2016.
“An Event Score for Afognak Alutiit 1-4,” “An Event Score for Haunting (Eve Tuck),” “An Event Score for the Epistemic Violence of Translation (Edgar Heap of Birds)” with Andrew Berardini. MOUSSE 54. 2016.
“Nohkom” and “44” for First Americans in the Arts. Issue no. 10. Spring 2016.
"The Insistence of a Crow Archivist, Wendy Red Star." BlackFlash Magazine. 33.2 (Spring 2016).
"Slow Scrape." Special Issue of Dance Research Journal - Indigenous Dance Today-Motion, Connection, Relation. Shea Murphy, Jacqueline, guest ed. Congress on Research in Dance. Volume 48, No. 1. April 2016. Online and Print.
Editor, As/Us Journal, Issue 5. 2015. Online.
"The Centres and the Edges." C Magazine. Issue 127 (Autumn 2015).
“Untitled ( ).” Far Away, So Close, Part III. Vancouver: Access Gallery. 2015. Print.
“A Girl” and “Not Like Us” (excerpts). Yellow Medicine Review: A Journal of Indigenous Literature, Art and Thought. Kane, Joan, guest ed. Spring 2015. Marshall, MN: Southwest Minnesota State University. Print
“The Harvest Sturdies." Taos International Journal of Poetry and Art. Golos, et al, ed. 2014. Online. http://www.taosjournalofpoetry.com/the-harvest-sturdies-excerpts/
“Untitled.” As/Us Journal. Andrews, Tria, guest ed. Issue 4: Decolonial Love. 2014. Online. http://asusjournal.org/2014/10/25/tanya-lukin-linklater-poetry/
“Duane Linklater’s DECOMMISSION.” Barrie, Ontario: MacLaren Art Centre. 2013. Print and Online. http://maclarenart.com/sites/default/files/documents/dlinklater_decommission_brochure_final.pdf
“In Memoriam.” Drunken Boat. Long Soldier, Layli, ed. Issue 15: Native American Women’s Poetry. 2012. Online. http://www.drunkenboat.com/db15/tanya-lukin-linklater
“wake up, waniska.” A Small Gathering for the Healing of Our Aboriginal Languages. Morin, Peter, ed. Vancouver: Western Front Gallery. 2011. Online. http://front.nfshost.com/gatheringlanguage/#stone11
“wake up, waniska.” Ice Floe 2010. Gramsce and Kirk, ed. University of Alaska Press. 2010. Print.
“Avva’s Telling.” The Journals of Knud Rasmussen: Sense Memory and High definition Inuit Storytelling. Robinson, Gillian, Ed. Montreal: Isuma. 2008. Print.