Nickle at Noon – Steven Nunoda – Ghostown

Thursday, November 5 - 12:00 PM

Nunoda’s art explores questions of family life, culture and place, memory and identity. The work in this exhibition from Nunoda’s ongoing Ghostown project was exhibited most recently at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto as part of ‘Being Japanese Canadian: Reflections on a Broken World.’

Nunoda is a multidisciplinary artist based in Calgary whose practice takes the form of long-term thematically interrelated research projects.  He is also a Workshop Technician, Department of Art, University of Calgary.

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Steven Nunoda, Ghostown, 2011
(installation detail; variable dimensions; number variable up to 300 units) Tarpaper shacks based on Japanese Canadian internment housing.