RED WORKS photography


emergence
Indigenous intelligence emerges from a space within us that is informed and governed by our ethical relationships and practices; it is lived by understanding our place and responsibilities within creation. The urgency for Indigenous intelligence today, as in the days of our ancestors, demands that we think analytically and critically about our present struggles and challenges.

emergence, is a photo series that focuses on the existing presence of Indigenous intelligence within our nations. It’s about looking inward and facing ourselves. It’s about empowering and lifting each other up.

emergence is an ongoing open call for sessions to be photographed that considers the questions: What does Indigenous intelligence look like? How is Indigenous intelligence actualized within my nation, my community, my family?

Email your thoughts along with your portrait ideas, which can include events or other session types, via the contact form below:

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Twitter:

"#Indigenous intelligence is rooted in the land & in our ceremonies." Read about #emergence: https://t.co/qT2JJLzJLY pic.twitter.com/DXOgJs2zCB

— Nadya K. (@_anishinaabekwe) April 23, 2016

#emergence re:collecting #indigenous intelligence – @FWFN1 Sugar Bush Pt.1 by @damienlee https://t.co/t5Tav9YQKM pic.twitter.com/zpIHJOkEHi

— Nadya K. (@_anishinaabekwe) May 6, 2016

#emergence re:collecting #indigenous intelligence – @FWFN1 Sugar Bush Pt.2 by @ElysiaPetrone https://t.co/GDYsn0xocB pic.twitter.com/r27nG3HzgD

— Nadya K. (@_anishinaabekwe) July 15, 2016