Lindsay Nixon is a nehiyaw-saulteaux-Métis curator, writer, community organizer, and MA student in Concordia University’s art history department. They are the co-founder of the Indigenous Arts Council, and the editor of IAC’s Indigenous literary arts, art, and art criticism journal, mâmawi-âcimowak. They are also the co-founder of the Black Indigenous Harm Alliance. Nixon’s work has appeared in Malahat Review, Room, GUTS, Briarpatch, and other publications. They currently hold the position of Indigenous Editor at Large for Canadian Art magazine. Lindsay currently resides in Tio’tia:ke/Mooniyaang, unceded Haudenosaunee and Anishinabe territories (Montreal, QC).
Lindsay’s research explores the confluence of Cree, Anishinabe, and Métis kinship, identities, and communities in the prairies of colonial Canada and the Northern United States, through art practices that negotiate cultural hybridity. Their work also addresses contemporary issues of relationality, kinship, and love through Indigenous feminist art practices.
Blogs at aabitagiizhig.com. Tweets @notvanishing.