ᐅᐢᑳᔨ ᐊᐢᑮᕀ, which is pronounced Oskâyi Askîy, and translates to The New World in the Cree language.
ᐅᐢᑳᔨ ᐊᐢᑮᕀ explores themes of human survivance, engaged by Anishinaabe cultural theorist Gerald Vizenor as he writes about "the enunciations of dominance, tragedy and victimry." ᐅᐢᑳᔨ ᐊᐢᑮᕀ carries survivance into reflective spaces of activation, as we now witness international artistic trends engulfing the apocalyptic as illustrated in numerous symposiums, including the 2015 Art+Climate = Change Festival, which occurred in Melbourne, Australia, highlighting the works of artists and scholars from around the world.
In Art in The Age of Asymmetry, Timothy Morton proposes, "that we have entered a new era of aesthetics, shaped by the current ecological emergency." ᐅᐢᑳᔨ ᐊᐢᑮᕀ is an abstract body of work that considers a disconnected rapport with the environment as a result of misdirected human desire. The Sky, Animals and Land are processed through technology and are translated as flesh, fauna and playful apparatus. As a working artistic practice based methodology, this process acts as an exploratory space to consider future solutions to the calamity at hand.