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At Artist Praxis, we hear from one artist’s creative process, learning all about their most recent finished project.
We discuss everything artists work with, from materials to thoughts, from dreams to gestures, from feelings to tools.
Debora talks with artist Tahila Mintz who works across multiple platforms to amplify the voices of Indigenous people and the natural world. She is an Indigenous Yoeme and Jewish woman who focuses on ancestral relationships, gender equilibrium, contemporary Indigenous issues, and recuperating knowledge that colonialism has unraveled. She has been photographing for more than 20 years in over 40 countries and received her MFA from the University of Texas. Tahlia is the founding executive director of OJI:SDA’Sustainable Indigenous Futures, an organization that creates an ancestral knowledge land-based curriculum for K-12 students, runs a summer camp for Indigenous youth, provides disaster relief, as well as other models of community support.