Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

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About the Event

Tracey-Mae Chambers is a sculptor who explores relationships between human beings and the natural world using organic mediums including beeswax and wool. A proud member of the Métis Nation of Ontario, whose ancestors hail from the Drummond Island community, she has been reconnecting with her heritage through site-specific installations in public spaces, historic sites, and cultural venues across North America.

Tracey-Mae Chambers will install decolonial art at the Timeline section of the Canada Immigration Hall. The installation in red yarn is part of a healing process in response to mass graves found on the sites of Canadian residential schools.