Critical Writing Index

Shelley Niro

by Murray Whyte

The Toronto Star, May 21, 2017, pp. 1-6

Shelley Niro addresses her life and work to Murray Whyte: her interpretation of her ancestry and Canadian history are laced with humor and subtle absurdity. Whyte depicts Niro, who has always defied conventions as she grew up, and how she finds her creative outlets in photography, film-making, video, and performance.

ITEM 2017.001 – available for viewing in the Research Centre

Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited

Battlefields of My AncestorsShelley Niro

Mohawks in BeehivesRebecca Belmore

The Iroquois Is a Highly Developed Matriarchal SocietyShelley Niro

The 500 Year ItchShelley Niro

The ShirtShelley Niro

Shelley Niro