IKUMAGIALIIT 2019 – ONGOING Performance art band with Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory, Cris Derksen, Jamie Griffiths and Christine Tootoo. Premiered at the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa). Also performed at Harbourfront Centre (Toronto). Funded by KAMA and the NGC.
WE ARE A NATION OF LOVERS / TARTUPALUK A story about the fictional President of Tartupaluk. Currently in development for an AR film (2021). Originally performed as MADAME PRESIDENT’S inaugural speech as the president of Hans Island. (2015)
WHITE LIAR AND THE KNOWN SHORE: FROBISHER AND THE QUEEN (2021) 28ft x 7ft outdoor banner. Photography on vinyl with text. Collaboration with Jamie Griffiths. Commissioned by Interdisciplinary Media Arts Association/Population of Noise (IMAPON) for summer display in Vancouver, BC.
KIINALIK: These Sharp Tools 2019 | (Buddies in Bad Times) |Push Festival (Vancouver) | L’espace Libre (Montreal) | Luminato Festival (Toronto) | Edinburgh International Festival (Edinburgh) | Cervantino Festival (Guanojuanto, Mexico)
ADOLESCENCE 2020 Short film by Build Films (Winnipeg), with poem by Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory
TANYA TAGAQ & BAND 2018 | Co-performer | Chan Centre & Canadian Stage. One of many collaborative performances and projects, including shows at the Panam Games 2016, the Canadian Theatre and Arctic Inspiration Prize. 2016 Retribution (Music Video) | Six Shooter Records.
KIVIUQ RETURNS 2018/19 Director | Tarragon Theatre | Qaggiavuut Society
QAUMMA a play co-written with Vinnie Karetak about the inner flame that Inuit women protect through the dark times of colonization in order to give light and warmth to their families. Funded by the MMIWG and LGBTQ2S+ Individuals Commemoration Fund.
TIMIGA, NUNALU, SIKULU 2018 Among These Tundras | #callresponse | Internationally touring Exhibition: Video/Performance/Photography
KRONOS QUARTET 2015 Co-writer of Tundra Songs
TALLURUTIUP TARIANGA 2015 The Arctic Heritage and Beauty of Tallurutiup Tariunga. A short film to a poem by Laakkuluk WIlliamson Bathory, telling part of the story of the Inuit creation myth of Nuliajuk, goddess of the sea, in light of the profound changes facing local communities due to climate instability and industrial development.
TULUGAK Inuit Raven Stories 2013 Theatre/Performance. An ensemble piece featuring Inuit artists from Greenland, Nunavut and Nunavik, developed by Sylvia Cloutier with Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory.