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    Postmodernism Is Not Permission Suzanne Kite November 2, 2022 Photo: Suzanne Kite, 2022. Making artworks and showing them publicly means entering into critical discourse with the world around us. Colonialism is insidiously perpetuated by artists through artworks, or...
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    Makȟóčheowápi Akézaptaŋ (Fifteen Maps), 2021, Kite. Monitor, PC, Speakers, Printout.Kite’s work examines how artificial intelligence often reproduces the logics of coloniality: inheriting the structure of colonial knowledge systems, AI can flatten land, people, and...
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    Iron Road, Kite in collaboration with Corey Stover and Becky Red Bow, 2021. Mixed media installation (Video, stones, drone).“In Kite’s installation Iron Road (a collaboration with Corey Stover and Becky Red Bow), a recording...
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    Wichahpih'a (a clear night with a star-filled sky or a starlit night), score for improvising musician, silver thread on blue satin or screen printed, 2 ft x 2 ft, Kite,...