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Indigenous Futurisms are connected to the present,past and the future. They provide the structure to consider cross-cultural interactions, including extraterrrestrial life forms, most often in a non-violent, positive way. Several artists in this exhibition employ Indigenous Futurisms to inspire younger generations with positive imagesin their protest against stereotypical comparisons with tribal cultures. instead of focusing on dystopian futures, artists in this exhibition have a more positive outlook; several use their Indigenous Futurism art to pass on cultural knowledge or to create a successful futuristic narrative by using cutting-edge technology, claiming space in the digital world, and envisioning a future where Indigenous cultures are thriving.
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Columbia Gorge Community College Library 709.011 MUSE 2020 (Text) 39705000043363 New Book Shelf Book None 08/19/2020 Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781732840324
  • Physical Description: 176 pages: color illustrations; 19cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: Santa Fe,NM : IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts., [2020]

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Forward/Patsy Phillips(Cherokee)Director,IAIAMuseum of Contemporary Native Art. Essays --Indigenous Futurism: Transcending Past/Present/Future by Manuela Well-Off-Man;Live Long And Prosper: Science Fiction in Contemporary Native Art by Suzanne Newman Fricke; Resistance is Futile: Indegenizing the worlds of pop culture and science fiction by Chelsea M. Herr; The Earth is our mothership by Andrea Carlson; Dine worldview and futurism: A holistic perspective by David Begay. Also included are Plates; selected checklist; Contributors; Selected bibliography; Index.
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Indigenous Futurisms are connected to the present,past and the future. They provide the structure to consider cross-cultural interactions, including extraterrrestrial life forms, most often in a non-violent, positive way. Several artists in this exhibition employ Indigenous Futurisms to inspire younger generations with positive imagesin their protest against stereotypical comparisons with tribal cultures. instead of focusing on dystopian futures, artists in this exhibition have a more positive outlook; several use their Indigenous Futurism art to pass on cultural knowledge or to create a successful futuristic narrative by using cutting-edge technology, claiming space in the digital world, and envisioning a future where Indigenous cultures are thriving.
Subject: Art, Modern.
Indigenous art > North America > 21st century.
Indian art > North America > 21st century.

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