Keesic Douglas compilation - for educational sales

Shani Mootoo

2009, colour, English


Keesic Douglas is an Ojibway artist from the Mnjikaning First Nation in central Ontario, Canada. He specializes in photography and video, focusing on issues surrounding his Native heritage. His work uses humour and satire to confront damaging stereotypes, and has been exhibited across Canada and the United States. The Vanishing Trace (included on this compilation) won the Best Short Documentary award at the 2007 imagineNATIVE Festival (Toronto).

This educational compilation of Douglas’s short works includes:

1. Slide (2005)
Rezurrection (2006)
The Vanishing Trace (2007)
Rezolution (2008)
War Pony (2008)
F.A.S. (2009)

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