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  • Jenny Zander updated the Artwork Manoomin
    Manoomin beds in Minnesota have already suffered great losses, with estimates up to 70% loss of original growth. Existing pipelines and the proposed Enbridge Line 3 Replacement pose a direct threat to the remaining wild rice beds, the only ones in the world. Atquetzali carries this rice as an extension of herself, her ancestors, and her future generations. “Manoomin, or wild rice, is a gift to the Anishinaabeg from the Creator, Gichi Manidoo. In the earliest teachings of Anishinaabeg history, …
  • Jenny Zander updated the Artwork Inferno
  • Jenny Zander updated the Artwork People
    This triptych is symbolic of Mother Earth and the large impact humans have on the planet. The subtle power of this piece can be seen in the physical expression of vulnerability and exhaustion. 
  • Jenny Zander updated the Artwork Touch
  • Jenny Zander updated the Artwork All Eyes On You
    She who goes unseen wears a cloak of eyes. She, the exploited brown body. She, the neglected mother nature. This triptych symbolizes both the unavoidable presence of humanity within the web of life and our loss of connection with all those we deem “other”. Communities of color are othered when forced to live in heavily polluted, hazardous environments. In this way, environmental racism can be found in the green and blue eyes that blanket her body, eyes that seek to exploit and commodify her …