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Dana Claxton wants to change the way you think about indigenous women

Dana Claxton continues to blow stereotypes to pieces through her new exhibition, Made To Be Ready.

The Vancouver-based artist explores images of indigenous women in new exhibition

A still from Uplifting, a digital video by Dana Claxton appearing in Made to Be Ready, the artist's new exhibition at Vancouver's Audain Gallery. (Dana Claxton)


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