This mural, depicting a black-indigenous woman, addresses Canada’s history of erasure Black & Indigenous stories and culture. The woman is seen smoking a cigarette in front of a natural landscape with birds above her head. She wears a garment with details of maple leaves on it. The yellow circles inside white squares is a symbol that was created by the artist and represents unity, but also the feeling of being stuck, spinning, and being controlled and blind.
Sponsored by: Wall to Wall Mural & Culture Festival, Synonym Art Consultation, Graffiti Art Programming, West Broadway BIZ, and Signex Manufacturing.
Where to Find This Mural
Location: 705 Broadway Winnipeg MB R3G 0X2 Get Directions