lii bufloo aen loo kishkishiw (buffalo wolf memory)
lii bufloo aen loo kishkishiw (buffalo wolf memory) honours the memory of the “buffalo wolves,” also known as the “prairie wolves,” who at one time thrived in the North American grasslands. Wolfers hunted the wolves to extinction by the turn of the 20th century. I reflect on the wolves extinction, distant memories of ancestors, lost language, and the bison who roam the grasslands today.
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Presented as Part Of Program 9 – Mothership II
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