Author(s): Katya Garcia-anton
Artists and cultural practitioners from indigenous communities around the world are increasingly in the international spotlight. As museums and curators consider the global reach of their collections and exhibitions, this publication draws upon the challenges faced by cultural workers today, both indigenous and non-indigenous, to engage meaningfully and ethically with the histories, presents, and future of indigenous cultural practices and world views. Through sixteen indigenous voices the book charts perspectives across art and film, ethics and history, theory and museology. With contributions by Kabita Chakma, Hannah Donnelly, Ánde Somby, Prashanta Tripura, and others.