My work was featured in an interview with Matthew Ryan Smith for the Spring, 2016 Issue of First American Art Magazine.



You can see the interview and two short poems of mine in the issue here:





Documentation of my collaborative performance with Laura Ortman at EFA Project Space in New York City on November 6, 2015 is on the Artforum site. Laura is playing amplified violin to objects I've configured, including a bowl I commissioned from Alutiiq traditional artist, Doug Inga, in 2010 and four Yup'ik dance fans I purchased at Cama'i Dance Festival in Bethel, Alaska in 2011. 


Accompaniment was curated by Kari Cwynar and Kendra Sullivan in 2015. 





Opening Reception: Friday, November 6, 6 - 8 pm
At EFA Project Space, 323 W. 39th St, 2nd floor


Artists: Shannon Ebner, Kara Hamilton and Angie Keefer, Will Holder, Duane Linklater, Tanya Lukin Linklater with Laura Ortman, David Morris and Pedro Cid Proença with Stefan and Franciszka  Themerson, Sarah Rose, Rodrigo Ortiz Monasterio and Mario Garcia Torres on Conlon Nancarrow, David Reinfurt, Rosalie Schweiker and Rudy Loewe, Babette Mangolte, Alex Waterman, and Dylan Gauthier


Curated by: Kari Cwynar and Kendra Sullivan


I will present a collaborative performance with Laura Ortman on Friday, November 6 during the opening of the exhibition - 6-8 pm. 


For more information about the exhibition:

An Annotated Bibliography in Real Time: Performance Art in Quebec and Canada 

Artexte, Montreal 


April 30 – June 20, 2015 AND 
September 3 – October 24, 2015


* With a selection of documents by: Tim Clark, Sylvie Cotton, Doyon/Demers, Michelle Lacombe, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Tanya Mars & Johanna Householder, Clive Robertson, Alain-Martin Richard, and Guy Sioui Durand.



Barbara Clausen, Curator and Research Director


For more information:


To see my contribution and the other artists' contributions to the Annotated Bibliography:



Reading the Line

Mar 20 – May 2, 2015 / Opening Mar 19 @ 7:00 PM

Reading the Line brings together five artists — Alma Alloro, Maggie Groat, Anne Low, Tanya Lukin Linklater and Lis Rhodes — for whom line is an integral compositional element. More than a visual structure, in these instances line serves as a code in which histories, ideas and narratives are embedded. From text, textiles and movement, to animated GIFs and 16mm film, the works in this exhibition negotiate the relationships between the reflexive and the utilitarian, the static and the performative. Curated by Pablo de Ocampo. I presented a performance with Ziyian Kwan March 21, 2015. 

A radio interview with Julia Caron regarding my project, the the, 2014.


I am the feautred poet for the Taos International Journal of Poetry and Art. The Taos Journal is publishing excerpts of "The Harvest Sturdies." My notes for this work: 

“The Harvest Sturdies” was written in response to Chief Theresa Spence’s hunger strike, a 44-day action that began December 11, 2012. The mittsChief Spence (of Attawapiskat First Nation) wore in many of her press engagements are an important symbol for the people of James Bay, northern Ontario, Canada. Interviews with Agnes Hunter, Marlene Kapasheshit and Lillian Mishi Trapper during January and February 2013 regarding the process for making traditional James Bay Mitts were conducted for this poem.


Many thanks to Layli Long Soldier for her support through the writing process and her adept editing skills. And to our relatives who agreed to be interviewed. And to Agnes Hunter and Duane Linklater for Cree translation.


I am one of three artists showing work in the exhibition, Memory Keepers: Methodologies of Memory, Mapping and Gender, curated by Erin Sutherland and Carla Taunton at Urban Shaman Gallery in Winnipeg. Ursula Johnson and Julie Nagam are exhibiting work as well. My works are body-based photos and videos and focus on relationships to land, memory and history. Many thanks to Daina Warren, Director of Urban Shaman, for assisting in organizing the exhibition.