Alexis Nanibush-Pamajewong (she/they) is a Two-Spirit Anishinaabe interdisciplinary artist from Shawanaga First Nation (Robinson Huron Treaty). Alexis currently resides in Tkaronto (Treaty 13) where she is currently studying for her BFA in Indigenous Visual Culture at OCADU. Alexis’ practice began in London Township (Treaty 6) where she attended the Beal Art Program. Their work focuses on performance, installation, beadwork, photography, and video. Alexis’ work focuses on Indigenous storytelling, ancestral/intergenerational knowledge, presence/absence, land as pedagogy, act of care, love, and labour.  

Alexis’ emerging presence in Tkaronto includes exhibitions: Ascension of Abundance, Xpace Cultural Centre (Toronto, ON, 2023),  Nigig Diving the Depths: 10 Years of Indigenous Visual Culture at OCADU, Ignite Gallery (Toronto, ON, 2023), KPMG x MASSIVart, Bizindamowin’ (to learn from listening) (Toronto, ON, 2022), Spirits See Red, Rezonance Print Shop, (London, ON, 2022) . Alexis returned to London, ON, to give back to their community and curated, Alumni Art Talks at BealArt, (London, 2023). In 2022, they participated in The Out of Sound Rezonance Silk Screen Intern Program. Alexis’ is currently working at Evergreen Brickworks as a Curatorial Assistant for Indigenous Arts, (Toronto, ON). 

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