Missing Her: No Man Camps, Land Back Series
Acrylics, Painted Hills wild red, Klamath charcoal, aerosols, graphite, oil bars on wood panel.
60" x 48," 2020
'Ghost Rider: Performing Fugitive Indigeneity," #LandBack Series of 55. Ditch Projects, 2021.
Photograph by Mike Bray, 2020.
Freehold Art Exchange Interview
Klamath tribal members and activists, Taylor Tupper and Ka’ila Farrell-Smith, at the compressor station in Malin, OR. Within five minutes of being at the site, they had headaches and nosebleeds. Malin is the beginning of the Pacific Connector Pipeline, where it would meet up with the Ruby Pipeline, which passes through Nevada Paiute country. Photo credit: Alex Budd from Rising Tide.