Posts Tagged ‘Demian DinéYazhi’’

Beyond, Between, and Under the Border

NAVIGATING THE CARCERAL STATE By Hiba Ali A border is nothing but a man-made fiction, imagined and realized by those who would never be imprisoned within its bounds. To colonizers, borders were pure cartography—settling matters after beating the enemy. With pen to paper, business was conducted, and a deal was made. To Europeans, North America[…]


By Luke A. Fidler Demian DinéYazhi’ (Diné) is the latest and last recipient of the Brink Award—given biennially to Northwest artists under the age of thirty-five—and is the first to make Native life central to their practice. Through zines, stickers, Instagram posts, and a well-stocked Etsy store, DinéYazhi’ has advocated powerfully for intersectional forms of[…]