Man holding a box filled with salmon roe, aerial view of people working in the Egg House

Settle Down
Deer hide, plastic toys

Plastic figurines are sewn into a full-sized deer hide. The toys recall innocent childhood play, and the skin subsequently questions the ethics of the Indian and cowboy toys.

The skin is the terrain, the land, on which the figures battle. This symbolizes the land as a being, not simply property. The deerskin hills also speak to the land claim settlements and treaties that are a weight even on younger generations.