The Boston Globe recently reviewed Cannupa Hanska Luger’s Future Ancestral Technologies: nágshibi, a multi-media Indigenous-centered science fiction exhibition using creative storytelling to radically reimagine the future and promote a thriving Indigeneity. The exhibit is on display through December 15 at the Media Art Gallery, located at 25 Avery Street in Boston.
The future ancestral technologies are the old ones. They make minimal demands on the earth. They foster a less comfortable life than we’re used to, but a far gentler ethos.