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Shamans, Mythmakers and Imagined places: Central Asia at the 51st Venice Biennale
by Candice Hopkins

Bounty Hunting Warrior Genes: Potential use of genetic material for a clone army
by Christine Morris

Os-sa-pah-chi-kan / Shapeshifting in the Matrices
by James Nicholas

OHEN:TON KARIWATEHKWEN greetings to the technological world
by Jason E. Lewis & Skawennati Tricia Fragnito

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Welcome

Welcome issue two of ConunDrum Online, dedicated to Aboriginal art and culture on the digital land.

Editor-in-Chief:  Steve Loft

About ConunDrum Online

ConunDrum Online is a resource for anyone interested in the significant transformations and contributions contemporary Aboriginal art and art history are making within Canadian art overall, and in the realm of online contemporary art.

Editorial

Art is a manifestation of the interpretive nature of human interaction. It provides a point of departure for engagement with cultural, metaphorical, aesthetic, political and personal reflection. Native artists work from a history grounded in the colonial experience. Yet an aesthetic has developed in spite of cultural oppression and repression that is distinct, vibrant and multi, as well as cross disciplinary.

Editor-in-Chief:  Steve Loft
Editor:  Ahasiw Maskegon-Iskwew

Features

Shamans, Mythmakers and Imagined places: Central Asia at the 51st Venice Biennale

Candice Hopkins

Bounty Hunting Warrior Genes: Potential use of genetic material for a clone army

Christine Morris

Os-sa-pah-chi-kan / Shapeshifting in the Matrices

James Nicholas

OHEN:TON KARIWATEHKWEN greetings to the technological world

Jason E. Lewis & Skawennati Tricia Fragnito

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