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The Elders Say We Don't Visit Anymore

The Elders Say We Don't Visit Anymore

Dylan Miner


Various locations

Social practice

The Elders Say We Don't Visit Anymore is a socially engaged art project that makes space for connection and knowledge sharing by facilitating tea time and is rooted in conversations of displacement facilitated between the artist and Indigenous elders. Miner uses traditional plants as a framework to think about community health, and investigates Indigenous medicines and other forms of non-Western healing. The project is ongoing and has been installed in several locations.

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