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collective air
By Katie Ione Craney

Katie Ione Craney lives nestled between the mouth of a braided river and the edge of a deep, glacially carved fjord in Lingít Aaní, also known as Southeast Alaska. She reflects on memory, survival, and accessibility in the rapidly changing North, and writes in Braille to communicate with her ancestors and future relatives.
Languages English Braille (Grade 1)
"collective air" is handwritten with a slate and stylus in Grade 1 Braille, in reference to interconnection of collective existence, particularly in covid times and fires seasons. The transparency is of mountain avens gone to seed, waiting for wind.






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