Garneau

Publications

With Clement Yeh. “Apology Dice: Collaboration in Progress.” The Land We Are: Artists and Writers Unsettle the Politics of Reconciliation. Gabrielle L’Hirondelle Hill and Sophie McCall, editors. ARP Books, Winnipeg. 2015. 72-80.

“Non-colonial Indigenous Art Gallery and Museum Displays.” MUSE: Canadian Museums Association Magazine. Fall 2015.

“Migration as Territory: Performing Domain with a Non-colonial Aesthetic Attitude.” VOZ-À-VOZ / VOICE-À-VOICE. Edited by Gina Badger; published by e-fagia, Toronto, ON. Sept 18, 2015. http://www.vozavoz.ca/feature/david-garneau

“Indigenous Criticism: On Not Walking with Our Sisters.” BorderCrossings. Spring 2015; vol. 34, number 2: 78-82.

“History is Edited by the Victors: Rethinking Indigenous Public Art.” CARFAC Newsletter, March/April 2015. vol. 27, no. 2. 3-5.

Paper, “Buffalo Boy, Adrian Stimson, and Future Indigenous Counter-Archives.” Aboriginal Curatorial Collective conference, Concordia University, Montreal, QU.

“Indigenous Art: From Appreciation to Art Criticism,” Double Desire: Transculuration and Indigenous Contemporary Art. Ian McLean, ed. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. 2014. 311-326. 2014.

Paper, “Internationally Mobile Indigenous Curators and Artists.” Hyper Realism and Other Indigenous Forms of Faking it with the Truth. American Anthropology Association Annual General Meeting. Washington, DC. Dec. 5, 2014.

“’The North American Iceberg’ the Role of Indigenous Art in Indigenization.” CARFAC Newsletter; July/August, 2014. 8-10.

Paper. “The Display and Consumption of Indigenous Pain: Empathy and Settlement.”

“Toward Indigenous Criticism: the Ah Kee Paradox.” Artlink Indigenous. Vol 33, no. 2. Syndey, Australia. 2013. 44-49.

“Extra-Rational Aesthetic Action and Decolonization.” Fuse Magazine. Vol. 36, #4, Fall 2013. 14-21.

Paper. “Extra-Rational Aesthetic Action and Decolonization.” Panel: Senses and Affect; Indigenous Epistemologies. Conference: Decolonial Aesthetics from the Americas. Organized by e-fagia, FUSE Magazine, and Justina M. Barnicke Gallery/Hart House. University of Toronto. Oct. 10-12.

Paper. “Indian to Indigenous: Temporary Pavilions to Sovereign Display Territories.” Dept. of Native Studies, University of Alberta.

Paper. “Imaginary Spaces of Conciliation and Reconciliation: Art, Curation and Healing.” Native American and Indigenous Studies conference. Saskatoon, SK, and in the English Dept., University of Alberta, and at the Mackenzie Art Gallery.

Presentations

Invited to give a keynote talk in Auckland, New Zealand at the “Facing the Future” conference organized by Museums Australia and Museums New Zealand regarding conciliation in the museum (May 2016).

Symposium Organizer, with Michelle LaVallee, “Indigenous Aesthetic Sovereignty andCreative Conciliations”. Mackenzie Art Gallery. Regina. 2015

Keynote Talk,  at the “Encounters: Revealing stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander objects from British Museum Collection” conference. This talk sprung from ideas pursued during the Creative Conciliations project. Canberra, Australia, Feb. 3. 2016.

Keynote Talk, “Indigenous Creative Sovereignty and the Decline of Second Nation States: Writers and Artists as Non-state Actors.” For the book launch of The Land We Are. Vancouver, Nov. 5, 2015.

Talk, “Native Turns: Indigenous in the Gallery.” Return of the Native – Contestation, Collaboration & Co-authorship in Museum Spaces, symposium.  Canberra, Australia. Delivered by skype, June 19, 2015.

Panel Member,  The Politics of Indigenous Aesthetics: Occupation, Intervention and Invention. 2015 NAISA conference in Washington, D.C., June 4-6, 2015. SSHRC funded.

Panel Member, “Sovereignty, Art, and Aesthetics Métis Perspectives.” Sovereignties and Colonialisms: Resisting Racism, Extraction and Dispossession Conference. York University. Toronto, On April 30-May 3, 2015. SSHRC funded.

Panel and consultation: Canadian Public Arts Funders (CPAF) Professional Development Meeting on Multidisciplinarity in the Arts. Montreal. March, 16, 2015.

Talk and workshop, with Cecily Nicholson: “creative collaboration and artistic research: instrumentalizing academy,” Fieldwork: Artistic Research, Ethics and Academic Freedom. Symposium. Alberta College of Art and Design. Calgary. March 13, 2015.

Panel Member, with James Daschuk, Sir John A. Macdonald Bicentennial Conversation. Growing Plains: Panel Discussion on Macdonald and Western Expansion. Salon Theatre, St. Andrew’s church, Kingston, ON. January 10th, 2015.

Panel Member, “Contemporary Indigenous Art.” With Dylan Miner and Terrance Houle. Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre, Dawson City, Yukon.

Panel Member, “Internationally Mobile Indigenous Curators and Artists.” Hyper Realism and Other Indigenous Forms of Faking it with the Truth. American Anthropology Association Annual General Meeting. Washington, DC. Dec. 5, 2014.

Keynote Talk, “Macdonald, Riel, and Me: An Artist Talk.” Symposium: Critical Indigenous Reflections on John A. Macdonald. Queens University, Kingston, ON. Nov. 15.

Talk, “Stories: Stronger than Stone.” Stronger than Stone: (re)inventing the Indigenous Monument. Symposium. Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary, and Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Saskatoon, SK. Nov. 21-24.

Talk, “Irreconcilable Spaces of Public Indigeneity.” Indigenous Acts: Art in Public Spaces workshop, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

Talk, “The Space of the Ditch, Road Kill, and the Métis Imaginary.” Klondike Institute of Art and Culture, Dawson City, Yukon.

Keynote Talk.  “Not to Confuse Politeness with Agreement.” Aboriginal Artist Symposium. CARFAC. Saskatoon, SK. Also given at the Art Gallery of Algoma, Sault Ste Marie, On.

Online publications

“Migration as Territory: Performing Domain with a Non-colonial Aesthetic Attitude.” VOZ-À-VOZ / VOICE-À-VOICE. Edited by Gina Badger; published by e-fagia, Toronto, ON. Sept 18, 2015. http://www.vozavoz.ca/feature/david-garneau

Imaginary Spaces of Conciliation and Reconciliation (West Coast Line article) PDF download